Bake-a-boo

Tea rooms

Pâtisseries

London

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  • Address:

    Bake-a-boo Bake-a-Boo
    London
    NW6 1NL

  • Cross Street:

    86 Mill Lane

  • Venue phone:

    020 7435 1666

  • Venue website:

    www.bake-a-boo.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open Mon-Fri 9am-6pm; Sat 10am-6pm; Sun -6pm

  • Transport:

    Tube: West Hampstead tube/rail

  • Price:

    Cupcakes from £1.20

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Conceição Manaia

I would love to taste those beatifull cakes on my next visit to London ! Now I´m searching places to recommend to my son and this is one of the places I choose for. Very nice prices!

Anita

Very pleasant experience. Reservation process can be taken care of online with no hassles. Food was excellent! Crones were warm and yummy, brownies were moist and delicious and the cupcakes were not only pretty, but extremely tastey too. The choice of many teas for Tea time is also great. The staff is attentive without being intrusive. The atmosphere is charming. Wonderful experince.

High hopes

Thoroughly disappointed after reading the lovely reviews. Service was poor, scones were cold and dry, and between the 7 of us just one small pot of cream and jam to share between us all. The cup cakes were stodgy and pretty underwhelming, the only thing they got right were chocolate covered strawberries which were the only things on the menu that did not require any cooking skills. Service was slow and rude. There are much better places for afternoon tea in the same price bracket- safe to say, would not visit here again!

S. Rashid

We went there because I am a coeliac, very much looking forward to a delicious tea. How disappointed I was with the very stodgy and hard scones more like rock cakes, the sandwiches were dry and just about edible. However the worst aspect was their appalling service,they certainly don't know the concept of customer service not a smile for all the time we were and had to ask for everything.They were not busy so she was not overwhelmed.

disappointed

Went here yesterday with a group of girl friends after reading good reviews on time out.. Could not have been more disappointed! Hardly any sandwiches, appallingly rude and slow service & at the end they tried to get us to pay more - not believing that I had paid for 3 ppl as the deposit! Don't go!

SS

I used to live near here and really miss the place - I came most weekends. I've never had an issue with the service, but then again I always ordered at the counter before sitting down, and usually had a fairly simple order - one or two cupcakes and a coffee. I bake a lot myself and am usually disappointed by the quality of "shop" cakes, but I can honestly say these are the best I've ever tasted and are far superior to the more famous Hummingbird and Primrose Hill Bakeries. I enjoy the kitsch decor, selection of free magazines and general 1950s vibe, but I can see that the staff might be overwhelmed by big groups and parties, and understand the negative reviews.