The first Black Truffle store opened in Broadway Market in London's East End in 2003. The store features design-led shoes, bags, gifts, jewellery and homeware for men, women and children, and products are sourced from far and wide. Building upon its success in East London, owner Melissa Needham took its quirky concept to London's West End in partnership with David Capon. The second Black Truffle opened on Warren Street in 2006 and is fast rivalling its sister store as a one-stop destination for design aficionados. Black Truffle Warren Street is also home to the Prescott & Mackay School of Fashion and Accessory Design which offers short courses in shoemaking, bag making, millinery, corsetry and tutu making.
52 Warren Street, Marylebone, London, W1T 5NJ
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Euston Road is awash with Starbucks, Eats, Prets and a whole host of character lacking terrible coffee brand heavy coffee shops. Located just off the busy road is Black truffle, which if you weren't wondering slowly up Warren Street, you would never knew it existed.
Black Truffle is odd (but brilliant) for a number of reasons. Walking past it for the last three years on my way to work it was...more
This place is a real gem. After that hackneyed opening, just hear me out! Appropriately apeing its own name, Black Truffle is hidden away within the Euston-end of Fitzrovia, ready to be stumbled upon by a lucky few... (I suppose this analogy would make me a pig?...)
Although chock full of high-end women's shoes and accessories, the reason my housemates and I came here was the coffee. The flat...more