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Opening Hours

  • Monday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Tuesday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Wednesday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Thursday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Friday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Sunday 00:00 - 00:00


  • Address: 48 Dorset Street, London I-W1U 7NE, United Kingdom
  • Phone: +442074875877


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highest Nordic bakery. the cinnamon are one. we have some specials during the last bungalow week. the teig is soft and beautiful. great spicy. delicious. also thoroughly recommend getting her recipe book, it has not left me down yet.

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very good coffee shop and bakery fucked behind piccadilly circus. I have visited many paintings and the baked goods are always very good. The cinnamon cinnamon, the baked cake and the celestial and the blue haferbacke are particularly noteworthy. Recently, they started with coffee from the department for coffee and social affairs, which is some of the best in london.

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  • coffee
  • Breakfast
  • European
  • Bocadillos
  • Pasteles
  • Scandinavian
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our meal was great. we started to pick some bar snacks from chorizo croquettas with green alioli and artichokes. croquettas were smaller than usual, about the size of the thumb of a man and fried a deeper brown than normal. very delicious alioli with petersilie dyed. but no pronounced taste of chorizo. light and airy and not too oily. we were impressed by the homemade pickles. artichokes dressed in olive oil were on a bed of pickled carrot and an angle of red and white tweezers. each one of the sweet had been bribed in one of their own beizlauge. the carrots smeared by muskatnuss and were a bit sweeter than the wobbles. the white was spiced with cardamom. there was a hauch of nelken in the red wobbles. my main was the Rump-Steak, which was rarely cooked from the butcher cut of the menu. the best steak in the last memory. it had a smokiness that surprised me if it had been boiled over coal. I was sure they use a normal grill that can reach extremely high temperatures. better than any steak they can make in a home kitchen. it came with good chunky chips, a few sauteed green beans, some unsweetened rocket and watercress as well as a delicious screw butter. I did not taste all the hekefilet dish of my companion, but it looked great. crispy skin, a lemon and butter emulsion with fresh mint, saphir and pan roasted gurke. for dessert, I had the dark chocolate fond with a captivating of around and rosin ice. Perfectly executed with a gooey center. a crispy of nuts and broken pralins over the top, added a crispy texture. my companion had cream-colored bleeding with fresh berries. rich custard and some celestials were scattered over the pudding, but under the caramel topping. the blue spot was caramelized to a rather aggressive brown shadow. I prefer the complexity of a dark caramel that begins at a slightly bitter edge. we drank a bottle of rosé grenache, which was excellent and fruity. I also ordered a glass of the cheapest red to go with my steak. we visited the discounted soft start, but at full price, our meal with service would have been £97 and worth every penny. do not miss the attractive wc with the dirty corkflies in harmony with the weeping theme.