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7 Of The Most Mouthwatering Dessert Spots In London (And They’re Black-Owned)



There’s always room for dessert. From chocolate-covered waffles to pastel ice cream on the side of jam-filled doughnuts, they’re an irresistible treat for the tastebuds and the eyes. These seven black-owned spots in London boast some real sweet treats on the menu – here’s where to feed your sugar cravings.

Treats Club – Netil Market 12-23 Westgate St, Hackney, London E8 3RL

A hot doughnut bar with plenty of vegan options, you can get your sweet treat fix every Saturday and Sunday from 12-6pm. You can always order online too.

 


Dark Sugars – Brick Lane

An indulgent chocolate shop that speaks everything cocoa, from ice cream to hot chocolate.

Dark Sugars Chocolates: 141 Brick Lane, London, E1 6SB

Dark Sugars Cocoa House: 124-126 Brick Lane, London, E1 6RU


Midnight Munchies – 332B Camberwell New Road, Camberwell, SE5 0RW

Dessert ‘paradise’ for anyone with a sweet tooth – their menu includes sumptuous cupcakes, refreshing milkshakes, tasty waffles and more.


Saint Aymes – 59 Connaught Street, London, W2 2BB

Known for being the ‘prettiest café in London’, Saint Aymes’ sweet cakes and treats are a heavenly experience.

 


Uncle C’s Juice Bar – 395A New Cross Road, New Cross, SE14 6LA

The place for both detoxes and cheat days: their delicious menu ranges from refreshing fruit juices to indulgent crepes and waffles.

 


Aries Bakehouse – 99 Acre Lane, Brixton, SW2 5TU

Freshly baked pastries, cookies and sweet treats are the reason why this bakery is a favourite amongst locals.

 


Longboys – 119 Lower Stable Street, Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross, N1C 4DR

Gourmet brioche doughnuts courtesy of some serious patisserie chef expertise.

 


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