Adresses: 10 El Gomhoria Square, Off Batal Ahmed Abdel Azizi, Mohandessin
132 26th July St., Zamalek
Category: Bakeries & Pastries
Tel: 0237605473 – 01142141192
Website: Bread Basket
Bread Basket started in 1982 in South Africa and extending to Egypt in 2011, upon realizing a demand for good food and personalized service, giving the store and surrounding area that “daily fresh baked bread aroma every morning”.
Defining themselves as a bakery, they bake near all kinds (Ciabatta, Baguettes, French bread and loaves), plain and various croissant fillings and the opportunity to create your own sandwich. Not forgetting the breakfast assortments from different omelets and scrambles as well as the salad bar.
Their wide variety desserts, from continental biscuits to cakes to the exclusive soon to be introduced exclusive delicacy Nougat.As they serve healthy food, it is essential to group as much fresh components as possible for our customers to value “breakfast”, the most important meal of the day.
From what you say I understand it has nothing to do with Bread Basket Maadi. In thatcase I\'d love to know more about the situation: Is the Maadi one going to change its name? Weren\'t its name registered locally?
Maadi\'s bread Basket is super excellent btw with its plenty of great home baked stuff including the best cheese cake I ever ate (including the famous NYC cheese cake) and I intend to try the newly open one, but by all means Maadi\'s is great and I\'d love to understand the relation between them
2012 Nov 22
I only tried it once, the zamalek store, it is small but cozy.
you can have a view of the street away from the sun while enjoying your breakfast/brunch. I had a bagel with a cappuccino, it was served right away. the bagel was fresh and the waiter confirmed when to serve the cappuccino before serving it (y). the food was tasty and clean (a very important point in many places). the only downside to this place is it relatively small and there is no bathroom (a very big issue in almost all the places I visited in 26th july street). it\'s not cheap but you would pay less than what you would have spent in a cafe for food with less quality. I had some quality time over there :)
2012 Jul 02