Poplar Bakehouse

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Over the last 6 months, e5 Roasthouse have been closed for refurbishment. And with that comes, not just a brand new cafe and bakery, but a new name! Please meet Poplar Bakehouse!

Poplar Bakehouse

Poplar Bakehouse opens it’s doors on Saturday 31 October. They will continue running their cafe and coffee roastery, but will also be baking their fresh milled organic loaves and pastries on site. Plus, they have opened a small shop and deli within the space, with loose vegetables, fruit and herbs from their organic farm in Suffolk, as well as their range of organic grains, pulses and dried goods. They will also have their milled flour for sale, and small-batch coffee beans, roasted on site.

They are still running their online shop which you can order from here.

OPENING HOURS:

TAKE AWAY ONLY

9am – 3pm weekdays
9am – 4pm weekends

CONTACT DETAILS:

Cafe phone: 020 7537 2979
Email: poplar@e5bakehouse.com

For more information and to learn more about e5 Bakehouse, visit here.


STAYING SAFE DURING COVID

Masks must be worn at all times when inside and moving around the cafe.

Please keep at least 1m distance from others to comply with social distancing rules.

Sanitise your hands upon entry.

Please check in using the QR code provided.

Take away only, you will not be able to sit inside or outside the cafe.


HISTORY OF e5 ROASTHOUSE

In September 2017, e5 opened the doors of a new café called e5 Roasthouse, situated in Poplar Union. One of their aims for opening the new cafe was to provide employment for the participants who had taken part in our Just Bread training.

Along with roasting coffee, they were making flatbreads, and serving breakfast, lunch, pizzas, cakes and pastries. Their lunch options were inspired by flavours from the Mediterranean and Levant regions, and were organic and sustainably sourced where possible.

The Roasthouse collaborated with the Refugee Council to provide employment and training for refugees, and our aim was to donate 30% of profits from e5 Roasthouse to support refugee organisations.