The Best Desserts in London

The Best Desserts in London
Tags: food | london | wimbledon

Do you have a sweet tooth? Are you looking for a place that will fulfill your savory and sweet desires? Look no further! We've got you covered. Here we have some of the places to grab some ice cream, pancakes and much more around London.


Waffle Jacks

A small American style diner that we've mentioned on the blog before. But it's worth pointing out again since it's a great place for some waffles, ice creams and coffee. It close to the school and has a great range of meals if you're not looking to have dessert just yet! Be sure to go check this diner out.


My Old Dutch

Probably the best pancake house in all of London! They serve a mixture of sweet and butterscotch pancakes and can add as much chocolate, fruit and sauces as you want! Definitely worth the trip and while you're there, grab a membership card and work your way up to a free pancake! They have three branches, one in Holborn, another in Chelsea and one more in Kennsington. 


If you've walked through Leciester Square then you've probably noticed a long line for this extravagant ice cream parlour and let me tell you, it's worth it! Even though the majority of the menu are different ways of displaying ice cream - the fondue is the highlight. A big bowl of melted chocolate and you'll have plates of ice cream balls and fruits and cookies and brownies. You must definitely check it out! 

Fortnum & Mason 

If you've ever seen a Wes Anderson movie then you'll feel right at home here. The ice cream takes the background here at this wonderfully designed palour inside the Fortnum & Mason department store. 


With it's own dedicated dessert counter for take away, this resturant has plenty of options from cakes, macaroons to sorbets and souffle. The dinner is worth going for alone but the desserts are exquisite. 

London is such a diverse city for food and it's no different with dessert. If you go to any of these places, let us know what you think! 

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