Phil Manion located at 101 Hale Rd, Liverpool L4 3RN, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 286 6860

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Angela Newton

5 Google Rating

Love this shop the bread and pies and pastry is gorgeous and the girls are so helpful and friendly s

5/ 5

Love this shop the bread and pies and pastry is gorgeous and the girls are so helpful and friendly service too

Mr and Mrs Richards

5 Google Rating

Very fresh food kids love the boxes

5/ 5

Very fresh food kids love the boxes

Patrick Murphy

5 Google Rating

All fresh--all of the time---high quality.

5/ 5

All fresh--all of the time---high quality.

Karen Terry

5 Google Rating

The meringues are fab & nice fresh sandwiches very clean shop

5/ 5

The meringues are fab & nice fresh sandwiches very clean shop

Martin Box

5 Google Rating

A great home made bakery/shop. Food made on premises - all nice and tasty - especially the mince pie

5/ 5

A great home made bakery/shop. Food made on premises - all nice and tasty - especially the mince pies - no two look the same - hand made. This type of shop is old school - keep it going....

Sharon Swin

5 Google Rating

Traditional little shop ...cakes are delicious well worth going ...try and see old fashioned bakery

5/ 5

Traditional little shop ...cakes are delicious well worth going ...try and see old fashioned bakery with tasty bread too ! Luv it

Gaz Bee

5 Google Rating

Today Monday 25th October I bought six rolls (cobbs) and an assortment of delicious looking cakes an

5/ 5

Today Monday 25th October I bought six rolls (cobbs) and an assortment of delicious looking cakes and to eat straight away a tasty pie. I took them home with me which was a 200 mile on my motorcycle to Slough near London. The cakes and rolls withstood the ride and us Southerners totally enjoyed every single crumb of this wonderful fare. The ladies who served in the shop were delightful to be around and it was a pleasure to have a chat to them. Thank you to all concerned with this bakery and long may you go on and on. Ps I will be back sometime to fill my top box for more yum

paul Meaco

4 Google Rating

Nice friendly good sandwich 🥪 and fresh bread

4/ 5

Nice friendly good sandwich 🥪 and fresh bread

Jack Atkins

5 Google Rating

The best sausages in the world are from here, they are unreal! I also love how fresh the bread is to

5/ 5

The best sausages in the world are from here, they are unreal! I also love how fresh the bread is too!

Joel O'Toole

5 Google Rating

Loved it here ever since I was a kid

5/ 5

Loved it here ever since I was a kid

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