Mrs Kibble's Olde Sweet Shoppe is a haven for sweet aficionados looking for sweets of yesteryear.
57A Brewer Street, Soho, London, W1F 9UL
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+44 (0)20 7734 6633
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Mrs Kibble's Olde Sweet Shoppe
57A Brewer StreetSohoLondonW1F 9UL
- +44 (0)20 7734 6633
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Talk about being whisked back to my childhood! I remember the good old days where you could walk into a candy shop with a dollar, buy individual pieces of candy ranging anywhere from a penny to a dime, and leave with a bag so full that it made me feel like the richest girl in the world. Well those days are long gone, at least in Chicago. That's why I was so excited to try Mrs. Kibbles, when...more
How have I not written a review about Mrs K? For shame Miss B.
I remember the days of spending my few pence change (that I had remaining from dinner money), in the local corner shop (and it really was on a corner,) that was just at the bottom of the hill from my school.
"One Shrimp, two Mushrooms, two Cola Bottles and two Beer Bottles. That'll be 7p my dear", the store keeper would say....more
Adorable! Completely and utterly adorable! From its rows and rows of old-school sweeties in huge jars to the lovely lady behind the counter (who from here-on-out will be referred to as Mrs Kibble).
I popped in with JB and we were like two kids in... erm... a sweet shop. Cola Cubes, Fruit Salads, Black Jacks, Beer Bottles, Rhubarb & Custards, Pear Drops, all the retro classics were there. As...more
In writing this review, I do feel silly. I know Mrs Kibbles charges quite a lot but I love it all the same. Where else can you spend £10 on 1p sweets, I can hear my gran turning in her grave.
This said I'm absolutely addicted to the Strawberry Kisses, with their fizzy marshmallowness and can manage 200g in one sitting. The shrimp are great and an unqualifed sucess in my office, to the extent...more
I grew up in a tiny village that had an amazing sweet shop that had been in situ since the 1950's. I used to love it in there, and the first time i walked into Mrs Kibbles i was transported back to my village circa 1990.
The sweet smell, the rows and rows of jars rammed with sweeties, watching the vendor measuring out quantities of bon bons and pear drops, it is fantastic!