Cooper's Bakehouse

Cooper's Bakehouse is a small local bakery serving Brockley and Honor Oak. We wrote about it last year, when it was looking for premises. Now it's up and running and they say:

Our bread is now available from Tuesday to Saturday in El's Kitchen in Ladywell; Pat-a-Cake's opposite Crofton Park station; and in the all new Nandi Nandi at the bottom of Honor Oak Park who also have a daily delivery of our croissants and patisserie. 

Home delivery is now available on Tuesday; Wednesday and Thursday to anyone who'd like a weekly loaf or two. We bake from a small wood-fired oven so the number of delivery slots is limited; if we can squeeze you in, we will. You don't need to be at home to receive a delivery and priority is based on distance, by bicycle, from the oven to your door.

Thanks to Monkeyboy for the details.

9 comments:

Margot said...

Well this sounds excellent.

Anonymous said...

Any idea of the types of bread available and price?

Barbara said...

I've been buying it at Pat-a-Cakes for quite a while now - there used to be great baguettes but they must sell out early these days. Lovely combo spelt/wheat loaves - I think £2.50 but well worth it.

Anonymous said...

the bread in broca food market is delicious and more appropriate for Broc Central readers as it is really in Brockley!

Anonymous said...

Just want to point out that Crofton Park was actually the original hamlet of Brockley…

Before the area was built up in the late 19th century, the principal buildings in this part of Brockley were Brockley Farm, Brockley Hall and the Brockley Jack public house. The area expanded rapidly in the 1890s with the opening of a new railway line (informally known as the Catford Loop) and railway station which opened in 1892. It was the naming of the station which gave the area its modern and invented name of 'Crofton Park'. Despite this being the historic heart of Brockley, that name had already been used for two earlier railway stations further north - Brockley Station and Brockley Lane Station.

Anonymous said...

....actually!!!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks Anon (8.18), ignore the tosser. It is rare to read something so historically well informed and interesting on these boards. Is it true that a large part of modern Brockley was once called Deptford Common?

Anonymous said...

Broca food market bread is amazing! Where is that from does anyone know?

Mb said...

Coopers Bakehouse should be called The Badger Bakery, Broca being the old English for badger.

Either way, they should open a shop at the X, preferably opposite my house.

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