Cybercandy is a family-owned and run business, with four shops in London, in Covent Garden, Islington, Camden Town East Yard, and Shoreditch Boxpark; one in Birmingham and one in Brighton. Cybercandy sells a huge selection of American sweets and other goodies from around the world.
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Venue Details & Map
3 Garrick StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2E 9BF
- 0845 8380958
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
Very busy and they is have lots of candy from all over.
Specifically, I wanted the European only PEZ. While they had a lot of PEZ, few were of the can't find anywhere variety. I bought the ones they had but there was more variety at Heathrow Airport.more
Mmm, sweets! Mmm, lots of sweets! Mmm, 2 floors of sweets!
I popped into Cybercandy as an avid lover of 'all things sugar' and because I heard they did Reece's Pieces which I became addicted to during my time in the States.
Walking into the store was very exciting indeed and I swear I got a sugar-high purely from the smell of the place. It's pretty well laid out in terms of having the...more
I stumbled across Cybercandy while wandering round Covent Garden yesterday. My heart did a little flutter as my Yelp buddies had told me that I could get peanut butter M&Ms here - yes, isn't it shocking that we can't buy them normally in the UK?
The shop was a little smaller than I had expected and crowded yesterday. Lots of foreign confectionery though a lot of the oriental delights can...more
Yes blah blah blah it's expensive. They are importing candy from around the globe, what did you expect?
All I have to say is, Cyber Candy carries my all-time favourite chewing gum, Icebreakers. The original blue icebreakers in stick form (not those stupid cubes, or the mints). Therefore, they WIN AT LIFE.
Also, Twinkies and Lucky Charms. The end.more
I gave up eating sweets about 12 years ago. I'm done, thank you very much, goodbye. But then one evening I was walking through the streets of London mumbling to myself and came across 'Cyber Candy'. I was immediately intrigued, 'What is this place?' I asked nobody in particular. I assumed it to be some kind of American internet café.
Well, it wasn't an Internet Café and possibly wasn't...more