GAIL’s Bakery Jericho is located at 21-22 Little Clarendon St, Oxford OX1 2HU, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with GAIL’s Bakery Jericho and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Paulo Caldas

5 Google Rating

I was just passing by so I asked for a cherry scone and coffee to go. they were both amazing! :)) re

5/ 5

I was just passing by so I asked for a cherry scone and coffee to go. they were both amazing! :)) really great coffee! they have a great variety of bakery goodies, I whish I could go back to try them all :))

manassays .

5 Google Rating

Gail's is lovely. The hot chocolate is awesome - warm and fulfilling. The overflowing shelves full o

5/ 5

Gail's is lovely. The hot chocolate is awesome - warm and fulfilling. The overflowing shelves full of freshly baked savouries and pastries and breads and biscuits - a sight for any gourmand. Just one comment - restaurants like this need to start charging for paper napkins and save the environment. The average Oxonian picks up a wad of paper napkins, uses 2 and junks half a dozen. And then lines up on the road to save the damned environment!

Borrramcha 보람차

4 Google Rating

Bread, coffee, atmosphere were good. However, the service needs to be improved. One of the staffs lo

4/ 5

Bread, coffee, atmosphere were good. However, the service needs to be improved. One of the staffs looks like she doesnt wanna work or provide any of service to customers.

Craig Hillsdon

5 Google Rating

Really nice place... amazing bread... possibly the best sausage rolls in the world! Part of a perfec

5/ 5

Really nice place... amazing bread... possibly the best sausage rolls in the world! Part of a perfect Sunday morning.

Victoria Lin

5 Google Rating

Best breakfast place in town! The sweet pastries really hit the spot. They ran out of buttermilk pan

5/ 5

Best breakfast place in town! The sweet pastries really hit the spot. They ran out of buttermilk pancakes but we got something way better - french toast. I could come here every day for a week.

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  • Friday07:00 AM - 06:30 PM
  • Saturday07:00 AM - 06:30 PM

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