Sure, we regularly refer to ourselves as HASHTAG BLESSED - insert praying hands emoji here - whenever we survive drinking two pints without suffering an eventual hangover, but when it comes to this great Caribbean bakery on Mitcham Road in Tooting, you’re 100% blessed if you happen to live nearby. Whether you swing by for a loaf of freshly baked hard dough bread or pick up some jerk chicken patties to eat on Tooting Common, we can guarantee you’ll leave with something you like. Also, the ginger sponge cake is one of the best ways you can spend £1.50 in London. And honestly, if you got a slice of the coconut cake too, we really wouldn’t blame you.
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