Let them eat cake
But I would hesitate to make up that list these days because things are changing so rapidly as places try to adjust to the rising price of a good loaf. Some restaurants only give you bread if you ask now, some charge for it, and some are scrambling to find new, cheaper suppliers.
Still, it's worth a discussion. (And I know we've discussed it before.) ...
It's almost impossible for me to go back and check out what I said in my reviews because I mention bread so often, but off the top of my head I remember with pleasure the bread at Kali's Court, the housemade baguette at Abacrombie, the puri (hot, puffed fried bread) at Indigma and the biscuits at Victoria Gastro Pub. Disclaimer: These are just some fairly recent places I've been to; it's not supposed to be a complete list.
But all these could have changed by now. My guess is that places known for their housemade bread/rolls/biscuits/naan/pita are sucking it up and hoping prices of flour will go down some day. If a restaurant gets its bread from Atwater's or Bonaparte, that could be a different story.
What I'm wondering is if you've noticed any changes in the bread at places you frequent.
What a scary topic.
While I was looking for Bonaparte's Web site (Lissa, where are you when I need you?) I came across a link to The Fresh Loaf, a site for artisan bread enthusiasts. Me! Me! That's me! Waving my hand here!
(Bread baking at the Helmand. Algerina Perna/Sun photographer)