Searching for sourdough? On a quest for gelato? Or desperately seeking scones? We've rounded up bakers, ice-cream purveyors and bread makers all doing delivery across the city.
They sprang to instant fame when they created the wedding cake for Harry and Meghan and now Violet are about to open a new wine bar in Hackney - tentatively called Violet Corner (after The Corner building that it's in) -
Fans of Cutter and Squidge - best known for their biskies (a cake/cookie sandwich concoction) - can rejoice as they're about to get another location - this time as a pop-up in Victoria. Already set up in The City and Soho, they're now heading to
Got a sweet tooth and live or work near Canary Wharf? If so then put 7 August in your diary. That's when Maître Choux are opening their new outlet there.
This will be the fourth London opening for the eclair specialist. The Jubilee Walk spot will be a takeaway-only space serving up all manner of gorgeous patisserie. But, unlike their other places, this City spot will be open from early in day -
This weekend, bakers from London's top architectural firms and colleges got together for the annual WATG Great Architectural Bake-off. And if you're a fan of the showstopper section of the Great British Bake Off, then you're in for a treat.
Here are our favourite of this year's entries of London buildings rendered in sponge and buttercream. Enjoy.
Well today is a red letter day for East London bakery Violet Cakes as Kensington Palace announced this morning that she'll be the baker responsible for the royal wedding cake.
In a formal announcement this morning, Kensington Palace confirmed that Claire Ptak had been chosen by Prince Harry and Megan Markle to make their wedding cake.
The lucky, sweet-loving souls of SW6 are being treated to the award-winning Flavourtown Bakery’s first ever shop. It’ll be open from 7.30am with coffee and pastries, but really you’ll be wanting to load up on their fudgey brownies, gorgeous cupcakes and more.
After a successful pop-up on Shaftsbury Avenue, and the cake that launched 1,000 Instagrams, Yamagoya is back for good, bringing ramen-shaped joy into the hearts and bellies of Londoners on The Cut (near Waterloo).
The people behind the Palomar and The Barbary have opened a coffee shop with some pretty bad-ass cakes on offer. We pop down for a look.
The next stall to pop up in Old Street Station’s busy concourse will be Butterscotch, a new bakery serving American layer cakes, cookies and more, run by Bea Vo, formerly of Bea’s of Bloomsbury.
It’ll be the bakery’s first debut in London ahead of its official opening in White City where it’ll find a more permanent home
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