Bake a Boo in West Hampstead is open to all on the weekends for a wide variety of hand-baked seasonal cakes, treats and cupcakes galore! The bakery offers a delicious range of speciality cakes and treats free from the common allergens of wheat, gluten and dairy, suitable for coeliacs, and allergy and intolerance sufferers. There are also egg and sugar-free treats.
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Venue Details & Map
86 Mill LaneWest HampsteadLondonNW6 1NL
- +44 (0)20 7435 1666
- Public transport:
- West Hampstead Thameslink, National Railway
In love with this place ! Being from the States, it was my first "afternoon tea" experience and I was very satisfied! We were a bit late thanks to the tube, but from the very beginning the staff was extremely forgiving, helpful, and very friendly. The food was so cute and absolutely delicious- finger sandwiches including cucumber sandwiches, humus and greens, egg salad, cheese sandwiches- that...more
Fun and different...
Lots of fun cupcakes and drinks... Friendly staff... They provide take aways...more
Gluten free, dairy free afternoon tea?! Oh how I love you, Bake-A-Boo (and my best friend for organising this surprise for my birthday this weekend)!
This place is amazing. I love the decor, very cute and British with teacups on the walls, mismatched cups and saucers, cute tea pots. You get the picture!
Because I also have an intolerance to yeast, my friend had discussed to have it also...more
I organised to come here for my mothers 50th birthday as a special treat. Her and my dad were over here visiting from Australia.
I emailed Bake-a-boo as soon as I found out they served an afternoon tea for the gluten and dairy intolerant.
I was sooooo excited to come here, and super excited to be able to share the experience with my mum. As i'm used to going to places like this and not...more
Absolutely adorable as the name, cute display, darling tables and close-to but not over-the-top shabby chic decor and presentation imply.
It is absolutely charming....and a great but casual atmosphere for tea (none of the British formality I was fearing). Mismatched but adorable tea pots for example...
I thought the baked goods were good, but they didn't blow my mind. I admit being a...more