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
29 Upper StreetIslingtonLondonN1 0PN
- 0845 8380958
- Public transport:
- Angel, Underground
Pure fun -- and I don't even have a sweet tooth. The colorful and nostalgic candy box cut-out collage all over the shop is worth the visit by itself -- and made me want to do something similar for my flat. The staff was chilled and up for fun conversations about all things candy, soda pop, and sugar. Oh, and they make their own chocolate bars, if you're looking for some surprising taste...more
Fantastic for those with sweet teeth, or for unique presents (or stoking fillers), for those with sweet teeth.
I love the unusual range of sweet you can get here, they come from all over the world keep up the good work guys!
I believe that this is one of the 4 stores in London, I haven't visited Camden yet, but this so far the best one for me so far.
Covent Garden has the biggest range (it's...more
THANK YOU SWEET LORD FOR CYBER CANDY!!
i get my american fatty fix here! it's pretty expensive (and when you convert the prices into american $$ and then compare it what you would pay in america, it's a bit sickening) BUT it's totally worth it and to be expected when the food is imported, so it's all goood. they have basically everything. hostess cupcakes, twinkies, lucky charms, tootsie...more
A/S/L? Oh wait, it's not *that* kind of cyber candy.
This is more of the 'ohmygodtheyhave(JOLLY RANCHERS*)eEeeiii!!!1' kind of cyber candy. And it's way better than what I remember from 1990-something. (Although the EeeiiiiiEieieieiiarrrhhhhhhrr sound did jolt my memory...)
*insert iconic Country-specific candy from America, Canada, Australia, Finland, Japan, Mexico, South Africa, Sweden...more
Cybercandy is like a bad date. You get all excited thinking it's going to be amazing and totally worth it and it turns out be nothing but empty shelves and your empty wallet. Wait.. this metaphor isn't really working out.
Yeah so I love American junk food... don't judge me. You can have your burritos and I'll have my pop tarts. We good? I was thrilled to hear a Cybercandy had opened in my...more