Coffee Desserts in London Worth Trying

Ah, there is nothing like a fresh cup of coffee in the morning! In the spirit of International Coffee Day, we’ve put together a short list of coffee desserts in London that are worth a try, from outrageous tiramisu sundaes to affogatos to espresso soft serves, this isn’t a list you’re going to want to miss out on!

Where to Find Coffee Desserts in London

credit: Soft Serve Society

Soft Serve Society, Shoreditch

You’re probably familiar with Soft Serve Society thanks to their mega instagrammable soft serves. They also happen to do two great affogatos: the Espresso Yourself made using vanilla soft serve, espresso, oreo crumbs and waffle and the Oh Snap which is a vanilla soft serve affogato with salted caramel sauce, waffle, and gingerbread crumbs. Both great options for this autumn!


Rosslyn Coffee, City of London

Ice cream for breakfast? Yes please. As part of a collaboration with the popular Happy Endings, Rosslyn Coffee may have nailed the perfect coffee soft serve; an Estate Dairy vanilla milk base which has been infused with Origin Coffee Roasters 24 hour cold brew and topped with a generous dusting of Mork Chocolate cocoa powder on top.


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Bafarat, Soho

Bafarat are known for their fantastic pastries and this Colombian coffee tart is no exception. Using a shortcrust pastry shell, the tart is then stuffed with a chocolate brownie and topped with a coffee ganache and a cremeaux. A great one for coffee lovers.


Chin Chin Lab, Soho

If you’re looking for something outrageous then no look no further than the tiramisu sundae at Chin Chin Lab. A coffee and olive oil ice cream scoop paired with a sweet and creamy mascarpone and a brownie cookie.


Walkamisu, Russell Square

Walkamisu are known for selling their range of tiramisu from a modest phonebox in Bloombsury. Yes, a red phone box! You can find an array of flavours including classic, strawberry, pistachio, banana and chocolate and a few more – all alcohol free! You can find them in the corner of Russell Square.


Buns From Home, Notting Hill

Buns From Home was born from a desire to keep busy during the first lockdown by two brothers – Gabriel and Barney. Initially selling their croissant buns via post, they managed to crowdfund and open up in Portobello just one year later. Whilst they have classic flavours like cinnamon, cardamom and chocolate-hazelnut buns, they also sell a crazy good tiramisu bun made with espresso laminated dough and topped with coffee soaked ladyfingers, sweet mascarpone and chocolate soil.


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