The EPIC London Food Spots You Need to Know About!
If you're anything like us, you probably love food just as much (ok, more) than you love fitness. Lucky for us our amazing city is home to some of the yummiest, craziest, EPIC #eeeaaaats you can come across - from the icecream that costs £99 to the Game of Thrones bakery, here's our top picks that you just HAVE to try!
1. The £99 Icecream
The £99 "Billionaire's soft-serve icecream from Snowflake takes 4.5 hours to make and includes 24-carat gold-leaf and edible diamonds. It weights a whopping 350 grams, and includes...
- Salted caramel gelato.
- A handmade cone dipped in rare criollo Madagascan dark chocolate.
- Gelato spheres of mango, ginger, and passion fruit.
- A Belgian white chocolate truffle filled with salted caramel sauce.
- A raspberry sorbet macaroon decorated with white chocolate glaze and edible diamonds.
- A healthy sprinkling of 24-carat gold leaf, a golden flake, and a spoon.
Available exclusively from Snowflake in Selfridges
2. "You Know Nothing, John Dough"
Good news! You can still feed (literally) your Game of Thrones obsession thanks to actor Ben Hawkey (who plays 'Hot Pie' in the series) opening a dedicated GoT themed bakery in London. Better still, the Direwolf loaves are even available on Deliveroo!
3. The Crone
That's, a doughnut made into an ice-cream cone, filled with icecream and toppings *drool...*
Available at Dum Dum Doughnutterie in Shoreditch, you can choose from banoffee (vanilla ice cream with salted caramel syrup, bananas, and digestive biscuit), chocolate (chocolate ice cream with Belgian chocolate, toasted coconut flakes, and dark chocolate syrup), and "very berry" (strawberry ice cream with blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and white chocolate syrup) according to
4. Black Lattes
Available at Farm Girl in Notting Hill, along with green matcha, rose and pink hibiscus lattes you can get your hands on the latest, darkest "health food" trend in drinkable form - the charcoal latte! Grey activated charcoal that's been swirled with some frothed-foamy milk that's the perfect anti-dote to the multi-coloured, sparkly unicorn creations of recent times