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Naked Dough

Restaurants, Pop up restaurant Old Street
3 out of 5 stars
(9user reviews)


Address: Old St Underground
Transport: Tube: Naked Dough
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3 out of 5 stars

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2.9 / 5

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Some of the worst Customer Service I’ve ever experienced. They clearly couldn’t care less about their customers. Never again.


Not on the bandwagon. This pop up located in Old Street Station. It's a bit pricey and it's a huge tub of play dough textured sugar. Too sweet. Not a fan.


This instagram ready dessert may be the definitely of too much of a good thing. While irresistible in concept, with adorable names, they're just too sweet! The generous servings hastened its downfall and does not inspire a return visit :(


From the outside this place looks like an icecream shop but the crowded queue trailing out the door made me look twice! They have some very enticing looking flavours - I was tempted for the unicorn (just because, unicorn) but ended up with predictable chocolate chunk. Weirdly, even though I knew it was cookie dough, I still expected it to be icecream and it was kind of a surprise to be eating dough with a spoon out of a sundae cup. And it was tasty, and I'm greedy, and I love cookie dough, but even I struggled to eat more than half without feeling sick. I also couldn't help thinking that the flavours would actually all be just as good if not better as actual icecream, maybe with cookie dough chunks. As a novelty it's fun to visit, but I think once is enough dough for me and I'd try the milkshake next time.


A cute little pop up. The sweet treats are certainly very instagrammable (everyone in the store seemed to stop to take a picture before eating!).

However, as other reviewers have said, the dough was a little sickly sweet. I took mine home and popped it in the oven instead!


Finally a cookie dough place in London, which we have been missing for a long time! I was so happy when I heard the news.

The place is cute and colourful, located inside Old Street Station. We had to queue up to get our treat, probably because it's a new thing and unfortunately some of the flavours were not available anymore.

The cookie dough is good and the selection very cool, however it is SO sweet. Like, really sweet, even for a massive sweet tooth as I am. As some other people recommended, get one tub and share it with someone else as you will get tired of it soon! 

Overall a new dessert that needs to be tried once at least :)


Ben and Jerry's cookie dough ice cream is my all time favourite ice cream so I was pretty excited to visit Naked Dough. After reading the combinations online and mentally already deciding what I wanted, I was pretty disappointed to find out that they'd run out the flavours I wanted. To be honest, we did go pretty late in the day but it was still disappointing. We all got 2 flavours each and I chose the peanuts and emoji poo. The first two bites were amazing and then it got quite sickly. I would recommend getting one tub to share between a few people as it gets very sweet. There is a small seating area for you to sit and enjoy your cookie dough and watch everyone waiting excitedly in the queue for their dough.

They also do milkshakes with the cookie dough but we'd had enough of it for the day so didn't stick around to try any more.


When I heard I could get cookie dough in a pot for under £5, less than 5 minutes from my flat, my heart skipped a beat! I was always the kid choosing the "melting cookie dough dessert" from Pizza Hut and refusing to share, so this sounded heavenly! Naked Dough are running a pop up in Old St roundabout (which on a side note, has a fab rotation of businesses "popping" in). You can choose a milkshake, cone or pot with multiple flavours, for only about £3 - bargain! I chose a honeycomb and chocolatey combo - the flavours are named much more adventurously than this, after the likes of Ed Sheeran and Beyoncé. Now, I must admit the pot of cookie dough was very very sweet. I nibbled at it for a while bus journey to Regents Park and struggled to finish my pot. There's no doubt the flavours and concept is delicious, but the portions are too big for something so sickly. If you've it a sweet tooth I'd recommend heading down there soon, as this novelty won't be at Old St forever! Be warned there may be queues!


Such a novelty restaurant. A friend and I headed here after work one day and were met with a queue - I think this is constant.

The cookie dough was lovely - I had unicorn food and emoji poop - but super sweet! We both struggled to eat a whole tub so took them home for later. They give you a lid so it can be kept in the fridge.

By the time we got there, there were only limited flavours available so go early to avoid disappointment!

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