Lewes Forum thread

Go on, tell 'em what you think


Lewes Forum New message

Bakery on school hill

5
6
On 25 Oct 2014 at 6:27pm anne johnson wrote:
had my first and last loaf from this bakery today, very disappointed and very overpriced, will be returning to Forfars.
1
1
On 25 Oct 2014 at 7:41pm Forfar..Forah wrote:
Is that why the young women that work there are so gay & fun?
2
5
On 25 Oct 2014 at 9:26pm serenity wrote:
is it flint owl bakery? would eat their sausage roll everyday! Forfars is a bit dated no? This one is super trendy and a bit like London!
13
4
On 25 Oct 2014 at 10:16pm Amy Johnson wrote:
flint owl terribly expensive, absolutely packed with visitors and DFL's £10 a loaf !!
10
3
On 25 Oct 2014 at 10:21pm anne johnson wrote:
clearly ridiculously overpriced and not particularly good but because people think it is trendy they get away with it. basically ripping people off.try the sausage rolls in Richards the butchers cheaper too.
3
4
On 25 Oct 2014 at 11:07pm Al johnson wrote:
The bread made bad toast ,blackened quickly
11
3
On 25 Oct 2014 at 11:09pm Nigel Forfarage wrote:
Eat Hovis - vote Ukip
14
3
On 25 Oct 2014 at 11:18pm Earl of Lewes wrote:
Yes but it's ARTISAN bread, baked by authentic middle class people without coming into contact with any of those nasty common types who don't wash their hands after going to the loo. As for Forfars, the smell from their extractor fan is enough to put me off.
If you want really good bread, buy a bread maker, a packet of flour, a little bit of yeast, a pich of sugar, salt and oil and you'll have wonderful bread at a fraction of the price. The machine will pay for itself within three months.
2
1
On 25 Oct 2014 at 11:36pm McFarquharson wrote:
Where do get one of these 'buy a bread maker' from Earl of Lewes and will it take little McFarquharson to the laundrette on a Tuesday with the money it makes?
2
2
On 25 Oct 2014 at 11:40pm crackers wrote:
I prefer crackers. Much cheaper and you can buy in a packet and they last for ages. Plus it saves walking up the steep hill every day for a fresh loaf. Wow £70 a week for a fresh load daily, you guys must be winning a lot more on the lottery than me. Any tips.
6
1
On 26 Oct 2014 at 6:48am amy wrote:
Yes, Earl of Lewes, - proper artisans used to make good bread for everyone. Another example of how the chattering rich appropriate language - and everything else as well. Entitlement grrrr! You're right on the money here.
5
 
On 26 Oct 2014 at 6:56am Hearty wrote:
If you want artisan bread, the stuff they bake at the hatch at the Hearth is much better than Flint Owl, and better value for money to boot.
8
8
On 26 Oct 2014 at 7:54am Pop wrote:
I love this gem of a cafe, have been to the garden outside, amazing in summer time. Also like Bills and Pelham house. Could do with a Otto Lenghi though, ha ha!
4
3
On 26 Oct 2014 at 10:16am Marie Antoinette wrote:
Let them eat Cake !!
2
1
On 26 Oct 2014 at 12:42pm Jack D McVitie wrote:
Nah then , the D stands for donut - I was a bit of a donut fancier . Who`s pretendin to be the frog bint ? That`s real origin aint it LOL
2
 
On 26 Oct 2014 at 6:36pm Jacob wrote:
Wotcher Jack ,I remember us hob nobing @ the blind beggar .Gotta go to me uncle ned M8 I`m cream crackered
2
 
On 26 Oct 2014 at 11:14pm Di Jestive wrote:
Jack & Jacob not getting enough oats ? I'm off for a dunk !
1
1
On 27 Oct 2014 at 7:21am Jack wrote:
I`ll get me hat
1
1
On 27 Oct 2014 at 7:25am Ron and Reg wrote:
You lot - SHUT IT
4
3
On 27 Oct 2014 at 11:27am Clifford wrote:
The problem with Forfars is, of course, the stink of rancid cheese they release into Railway Lane with their extractor fan. I wouldn't eat anything that smells like that.
4
3
On 27 Oct 2014 at 11:34am the kronic wrote:
The good thing about Forfars is, of course, that lovely smell of cheese coming out of the extractor fans on Railway Lane. Makes me want to go in at spend a fortune
1
2
On 27 Oct 2014 at 1:34pm Border Control wrote:
What about the fried onions and curry smell, floating about Waitrose's entrance quite often ? Chaula's doing the weekly curry !!
Love it or loathe it ?
2
2
On 27 Oct 2014 at 2:05pm Clifford wrote:
Border Control - I'm sure you'll agree with me that any establishment the emits food smells should have to pay an extra business rate.
1
 
On 27 Oct 2014 at 5:47pm Carbon Filter wrote:
Or get one of these
4
4
On 27 Oct 2014 at 6:24pm the kronic wrote:
One of the nicest things about Lewes is walking up town, Fisher street etc, and smelling all the wonderful food that's being cooked....Italian, Chinese, Fish n Chips, Kebabs, Indian....love it all. The smell from Chaula's is devine.
4
 
On 27 Oct 2014 at 7:21pm Soft Roll wrote:
when I went past this place today the most expensive loaf I could see was £3.50.
2
1
On 27 Oct 2014 at 7:28pm Peter wrote:
And a cappuchino is only 2.70, in bills Its 1.70.....
2
3
On 28 Oct 2014 at 2:06am M.Enu wrote:
it is actually £2.30 plus tip, and you would have to drink it in Bill's. Not able to check Flint Owl price.
1
1
On 28 Oct 2014 at 5:16pm R. Hull wrote:
Wickle does a coffee for a pound. Bargain.
1
1
On 28 Oct 2014 at 6:25pm fiffe wrote:
I meant 1.70 takeaway in Bills
 
 
On 29 Oct 2014 at 7:39am bananers wrote:
Wickes do builders tea for £1.00
1
1
On 29 Oct 2014 at 7:56pm Economcs wrote:
I presume that the person moaning about the price of a coffee in Flint Owl, would definitely not ever, under any circumstances go and sit in a nice pub, possibly with a garden, when a bottle of beer from a shop is much cheaper .
In fact, remind me again, how much it is to sit drinking a pint is in a pub on Lewes High St....?


5 posts left

Your response


You must now log in (or register) to post
Click here to add a link »
Smile
Smile Wink Sad Confused Kiss Favourite Fishing Devil Cool

terms


 

Closet and Botts window 28:132
Closet and Botts window

I donít think Dominic is letting him out. more
QUOTE OF THE MOMENT
The Lewes Forum is one of the many great things about Lewes
Nina