In what was once a former bank branch back in 1860, our cozy, shabby chic shop is taken up by our active open plan pastry kitchen where we churn out all the cupcakes, loaf cakes, cookies, brownies, marshmallows, meringues for all of the shops.
We want you to see our lovely space as your living room. You and your friends can enjoy mountains of scones with clotted cream and jam, lots of different flavour cupcakes, mini treats such as brownies, meringues and marshmallows and just to squeeze something savoury in there our delicious mini baguettes.
|Average main course:||£24.50 (USD31.03) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£29.50 (USD37.36) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
Bea's Cake Boutique Bloomsbury
44 Theobald's RoadHolbornLondonWC1X 8NW
- +44 (0)20 7242 8330
- Public transport:
- Chancery Lane, Underground
This was on my trek home from University to my flat. I stopped in for a scone and tea once in a while and of course everything is delicious but it is so SO expensive. When my parents came to visit we got the scone tea. The amount of sweets on it is insane and I loved every bit of it. Will never forget the memories I had here.more
They have several different locations but I went to the café in Marylebone (Devonshire Street); for some reason I couldn't find it listed, so I'll leave my review here instead.
We were greeted at first by a lovely and smiling waitress who took our order and asked us to find any table available. The empty ones at the front were bigger, seating four people, so I walked to the back in order to...more
This cute bakery was getting ready to shut down but we had 20 min to enjoy the sumptuous scones and tea. I wish we had come earlier as this little cafe was charming with nice staff. Nothing is better than scones with clotted cream and jam. We split a lot of tea since we were short on time but it was plenty. Also try the Guiness cake, delicious!more
Super friendly staff available to explain meal deals and pastry offerings such as the phenomenon known as the "duffin," a donut-muffin hybrid, baked not fried, and filled with jelly or nutella. Espresso-based drinks are amazing, and in the morning, you can get a hot drink with a duffin or cinnamon roll for about £2.80, which is totally worth it since the pastries are £2.50. Check out their...more
My all time favourite cup cake shop, they have a few branches across London so every time I walk past one, I can't resist. Some of my favourites include peanut butter which just melts in your mouth and it's better than reese (trust me!) and ofcourse the classic red velvet. I like the fact that's it's not too heavy as some cup cakes can be and he icing isn't too thick.
Definitely go to the...more