London is a melting pot of cultures, and there’s no denying it. As a born & bred Londoner, one of my favorite things about the city is the depth of diverse cuisine. If, like me, you’ve got a sweet tooth with a mind of its own, you’ll want to keep reading.
This Chinatown-based parlor introduces “popular Japanese street food (to the) West.” Be sure to sample their taiyaki, which you can order as savory or sweet. It costs $7.70 for this well-loved pastry for two.
Feast your eyes on this creme brulee-crepe-cone creation. Then, let your taste buds take it from there. Seductively tucked within Seven Dials Market, each quirky cone is made fresh to order, with the vendor’s signature caramel flavor paired on top.
Mochi is another Japanese treat worth trying. Forget everything you thought you knew about this unique ice cream. The little balls have a soft, chewy outer layer made with soft mochi dough and a creamy gelato base in the middle.