Following a successful pop-up stint, Cutter & Squidge - creator of the much talked-about biskie – has opened its first store in Soho.
Biskies are a one-of-a-kind fusion of biscuit/cookie/cake filled with lightened buttercream, handmade jams or award-winning caramels.
The shop sells an array of biskie varieties, from Key Lime Pie to Cookies and Cream.
Other in-store treats include vegetarian marshmallows, honeycomb, and salted caramel.
The shop homes a magical secret garden; a fairytale-like space complete with a wishing well, hanging plants, flowers and fruits. This enchanting space has been created by designer Callum Lumsden.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD32.93) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
Cutter & Squidge
20 Brewer StreetSohoLondonW1F 0SJ
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Been to the hello kitty afternoon tea and I had a amazing time! I really enjoyed my experience and the attention to detail in everything. I hope they do more amazing collaborations!
Ever since I have always gone here whenever I feel like having a spot of tea and a great biskie! Even when I am meeting friends and catching up this is a great place to go for something different and unique....more
Very small shop with very tempting selections. I love marshmallows. I am a fan of the cake truffles which was just enough cake.
Super friendly service.
A little questionable on the Hello Kitty trademark and if any trademarks are being broken here?more
I had to visit to see the biscuits.. and they were truly too cute! Unfortunately the environment and the looks of the desserts were more memorable than the flavors.
Would definitely return for the cakes (the strawberry and peanut cake was delicious) but the ice cream is a very basic soft serve vanilla.more
Had a fantastic time in Saturday at the Hello Kitty pop up cafe, downstairs at this cafe in central London.
Upstairs is light and bright, with pretty cakes and decor everywhere. There is also good quality merchandise for sale. In the summer they sell icecream outside of their window too.
Downstairs, the main point of my visit this weekend, was Hello Kitty. My photos will show just how cute...more
This cafe is centrally located on a corner Brewer street. The joint itself is well decorated and absolutely adorable. Noise levels are appropriate for a quick meeting or intimate dessert option.
There are cute little gifts such as mugs, sweets, and other novelties, especially being recently infiltrated with the Hello Kitty stuff. The "biskies" are very delicate and unique looking, though a...more