A really bland and barely toasted tea cake - I've had way tastier from supermarket shelves - and a tiny coffee served on paper plates and cups in quite a depressing atmosphere all for a very overpriced £4.70 to eat in. A take away croissant from the M&S bakery to eat on the train with a decent sized coffee would have been way more enjoyable and easier on the purse. Left feeling very ripped off...more
I'm giving them 4 stars because they have one of the most amazing carrot cakes I have ever tried!
I spend a lot of time in St. Pancras Station and I keep trying the different coffee shops and restaurants around and it was obvious Peyton and Byrne was going to be next soon. The nice display you can see from the window was yelping at me!!
The thing you first notice when you look at the shop...more
I got the most gorgeous pistachio and berry and chocolate cake from here. I was going to get the giant one but then common sense prevailed and I just got the mini portion. Can't wait til the next birthday in the family so I can go along and get another! :Dmore
Peyton and Byrne is like your bi-polar friend that you can't stop hanging out with, because they're crazy and annoying, but also really fun.
I ventured into their St Pancras branch on my way home after a frantic Saturday of shopping. I was weary and tired, and easily enticed by their beautiful window display of cakes and treats. P&B look exactly like the Proper English Bakery of your dreams...more
Come weary traveller, behold our wondrous window display of dreamy multi coloured cup cakes, marvel at our home made everything from baguettes to beluga cheese cake, let the simple type face and clean lines sooth you before BANG!!
You taste our cake of deceit and burn your tongue on our coffee of lies!!
I have never felt cheated by a blueberry muffin until now.
Tescos set a very modest...more