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New bakery

 
 
On 6 Aug 2007 at 8:30pm GI Joe UK wrote:
Though I believe it is a patisserie.... anyone tried the new [whatever it is] on Statiopn Road? Pish buns and bread shop. Keep meaning to go in, but the window is always bare, and I am always having to run for my Brighton train
 
 
On 6 Aug 2007 at 10:42pm walter wrote:
What's a pish bun?
 
 
On 7 Aug 2007 at 9:54am Winterbourne Wanderer wrote:
Pish is Scottish for pee.
 
 
On 7 Aug 2007 at 10:25am Miss Deameanor wrote:
I've had one of those chocolate croissants - yum yum!
 
 
On 7 Aug 2007 at 4:50pm mildred wrote:
ooo cake shop must go look
 
 
On 10 Aug 2007 at 11:02am lewes trousers wrote:
all their stuff seems to come from a posh london bakery maison blanc, so an almond croissant costs 1.80!!! Yes i foolishly bought one and regretted that it did not have enough almond paste in it.
Its happening all over lewes, posh bread is in, 3 for a round white loaf with olives on it. I love the middle classes, they will talk down white sliced but put its price up and stick some rosemary and salt on it and then its all ok.

 
 
On 18 Aug 2007 at 9:56pm Juno wrote:
I suspect it won't last. I have popped in a couple of times. I admire someone for starting such a business, but I don't really think they have much of a clue. The woman who runs it is very nice, but it looks like one of those businesses that is run more like a hobby no proper till, an expensive coffee machine that's probably not paying for itself and as you say their window display is a bit pathetic and not very inviting.
Actually I've been thinking thi for a while now.. One thing (of many) that Lewes REALLY DESPERATELY does need is a DECENT bakery. The smell of Cheese Straws and Dried out Bacon slices in Forfars makes me sick, and their pathetic bread display during the week (all of about half a dozen loaves) is er.. pathetic. The Saturday outdoor rain or shine bread thing is a joke and once a month is knocked into a cocked hat by the Farmer's market Bread van.
Ohh if only something like the Ovens still existed they used to do fantastic meat pies.
 
 
On 20 Aug 2007 at 12:28pm Lewes trousers wrote:
I remember that patisserie/bakery that was where the Dilraj is now, at the time Lewes couldn't support it


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