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Fantastic new bakery shop opens-up on Cally Road

January 29, 2014
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Paul O’Brien and Gabriela Cristea: “Baking with heart and soul”

“Sunflour bakery” has opened for business at 263 Caledonian Road, selling a fantastic range of fresh bread, cakes and pastries all hand-produced on the premises by the partnership of Paul O’Brien and Gabriela Cristea.

This great addition to the Cally high street has been trading since just before Christmas and is already delighting customers from both sides of the Caledonian Road.

Each morning Paul bakes a great range of tasty bread, brown, white, wholemeal with two signature loaves that are especially popular – a brown sunflower seed loaf and a traditional Irish Soda (or “Wheaten”) Bread. Gabriela produces wonderful sweets, cakes and pastries including a lovely cinammon flavoured bread pudding. They also bake made-to-order cakes for special occasions. And Gabriela also serves very good coffee !

Cllr Paul Convery says “What a great new business this is. Paul and Gabriela are producing very high quality bread made with the best ingredients and nothing uneccessary added. I always used to buy our bread from the Co-op but that’s no longer. Sunflour Bakery produces some of the best flavoured and textured bread I have ever tasted. To have a bakery of this quality on our high street is testament to how things are really improving on the Cally.”

The Sunflour bakery is at 263 Caledonian Road, N1 1EE. For easy reference that’s on the west side of Caledonian Road between Bingfield Street and Story Street (almost opposite the post office located between Bridgeman Road and Richmond Avenue). The shop is open Monday-Saturday until 6pm.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. sue permalink
    January 29, 2014 10:50 pm

    Hi Paul Rupert and Charlynne

    Do these posts go to all Cally members?


    On 29 January 2014 21:03, Labour Councillors representing Caledonian Ward


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