The best confectioneries in London!

There are so much sweet treats in the world - chocolate pies, warm cakes, Victoria cakes. It is impossible to resist them among such diversity. And now we present to you the best confectioneries in London...

Maison Bertaux

The most favorite place in Soho is the French confectionary Maison Bertaux. A variety of delicacies on the showcase is enough to lure any passer-by. Enjoy delicious cakes, tartlets and other fine pastries. This truly classical institution opened more than 150 years ago and still keeps its secrets of making delicious tea and hot chocolate.

28 Greek Street, W1D

Bea's of Bloomsbury

This institution cooks the best duffins (something between doughnut and muffin) with a filling of your choice. Many locals like to take a look here for sweet delicacies. Here you can find festive cakes and chocolate muffins, cakes with cream and jam, and the assortment of cupcakes is just amazing - with Baileys liqueur, chocolate, nut butter, fruits, vanilla cream. Any dessert can be taken with you.

44 Theobald's Road, WC1X

Konditor & Cook Ltd

German confectioner Gerhard Jenne opened a network of cozy shops and cafes in London. Here they manually produce dozens of Curly Whirly, Whiskey Bombs, a variety of fruit tartlets and cream cakes.

22 Cornwall Road, SE1

The Hummingbird Bakery

There are no intricate and fancy desserts, but we put this American pastry shop into the list because pastry here is the best of the best. In Hummingbird Bakery you can choose a cake for any feast. The confectionery is famous for its cupcakes with butter cream and delicious cheesecakes. Now you can order delivery from Notting Hill.

133 Portobello Road, W11


Violet is a small cozy Californian bakery in eastern London. This institution was opened by Claire Ptak, the creator of cookbooks. She started her business, with a small shop on the Broadway Market, where she sold cooked at home cakes. Baking was so successful that Ptak decided to open Violet. All desserts are made from organic flour, milk and eggs. Homemade fresh fruit puree, espresso and caramel with sea salt are added to the buttercream for pastries. The assortment is presented by cupcakes, cinnamon rolls and classic cakes.

47 Wilton Way, E8

E5 Bakehouse

Organic bakery E5 Bakehouse is located near the London Fields railway station. It is famous for yeast pastry and other bakery products. All products are purchased only from trusted suppliers of organic products. The E5 Bakehouse has its own stone mill, where they make fresh flour for bread and cakes. It is here that you will find desserts without gluten and lactose.

Arch 395, Mentmore Terrace, E8

Lily Vanilli Bakery

In the immediate vicinity of Columbia Road, a beautiful bakery Lily Vanilli is located. The menu of cakes, cupcakes and muffins varies here weekly. People come from afar, only to try the famous desserts of Lily Vanilli - cupcakes with maple syrup, salted banana caramel with crispy banana chips, floral products. Natural vegetable ingredients and flowers are used for making sweets. The assortment includes desserts without gluten.

6 The Courtyard, E2

Belle Epoque Patisserie

French confectioner Eric Rosseau opened three establishments (in Islington, Newington Green and Selfridges), where all desserts are works of art. Cupcakes, chocolate, bakery products, Viennese pastries, tartines - all of the highest quality. In production, French cream is used and only the freshest fruits.

262 Upper Street, N1

Biscuiteers Boutique

Biscuiteers Boutique specializes more on cookies. But they also have delicious cakes. It is here that you will find a cake for any gala occasion, be it birthday, christening or wedding. If you just want to enjoy delicacies, then French macaroons, cupcakes and mini-muffins are to your choice.

13 Northcote Road, SW12

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