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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nerds. mountain dew. payday bars. jolly ranchers. and LEMON HEADS. not incredibly overpriced, but still knowing they have a captive audience. i hear the covent garden location is better, but i never seem to be nearby during their business hours.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
Some things that I ate as a child.
Mostly things that I don't miss enough to pay lots of money for.
Some japanese candies that I used to get from my San Francisco Sanrio store. Made me smile and say "oh yeeeeaaahh I remember those"
Pop Tarts. Lots of those.
If I have a craving I know where to go.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
Wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling confectionary, stirring up happy memories of childhood and bringing about a feeling of indulgence. A word of warning though, Cybercandy's sweeties don't come cheap - a Cookie's and Cream Kit-Kat Chunky, a bag of sour Skittles and a box of Nerds (I forget the flavour) set me back almost £5. It's very easy to get carried away with nostalgia but it's not all old...more