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We’ve been named as one of the Best London Bakeries and Cake Shops by the Londonist for birthday cakes in London! What an absolute cracker of an honour – thanks Londonist! Seeeee...it's not just us saying it ;)

Londonist Best Birthday Cakes LondonTWe’ve been delivery fancy birthday cakes to fancy London hotels such as the Connaught, Hotel Café Royal in Piccadilly, and trendy spots such as Soho and Hamyard Hotels. One of our most popular cakes, the Pink Sweetheart cake, was Annabel’s birthday cake which was cut in the Mayfair room at the Connaught - a proper beauty!

Three Tiered Birthday Cake Connought Hotel London 

We’ve also delivered our movie-buff favourite cake Netflix & Chill to Cecconi’s, a swish London restaurant…where incidentally I also spotted one of my favourite actors Bill Nighy (I didn’t run up to him because I looked tired and had a wailing baby in tow, but I wish I had!).

Netflix Movie Themed Birthday Cake London 

I love finding out where our cakes get delivered and crop up on Instagram. It’s wonderful seeing people enjoy our cakes across the city, be it swanky spots or more family-friendly restaurants such as Ping Pong and Wahaca, but also further afield. Gemma from Milly Inspired, chose us for her three-tiered beautiful Pink Sweetheart wedding cake, an absolutely stunning masterpiece, that went all the way to Goodwood Estate in Chichester!

Three tiered pink sweetheart wedding cake goodwood 

On that note, I’m off to get my bubbly to celebrate our wonderful Best Birthday Cakes in London accolade.

Peace, Love & Cake,

Reshmi xoxo

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