Peggy Porschen Cakes – London
Want to try out the most amazing cakes in London? Then seriously, get down to Peggy Porsches cakes in London!
I just only found out about her around a month a go, and wanted to go to her cake shop just because of how stunning the exterior of the shop is, how could you resist it!? A beautiful light pink shop covered in flowers, beautiful hand written signs and a vintage bike full of flowers, it’s a no brainier. So of course next trip to London I had to make my way there.
Despite getting us stupidly lost (blame google maps sending us in the opposite direction) it was pretty much a straight road from the tube, and we got to walk past spencer from towie in some crazy expensive car sounding a bit lost! Once we was nearby, it was hard to miss, the corner building stood out vibrantly, and the hum of people surrounding it got me instantly excited, and pretty much joined the que to take a photo shoot upside the stunning shop! We was surrounded by cake, but sadly there was nowhere to sit, we waited for quite a while but there was a quite a few people hovering for a table, so we quickly abandoned the idea of getting a seat and was happy enough standing.
Upon entering I could see so much pink, cake, baking books, and all the sweet goodness! The range of cake was amazing, so much variety initially I thought it was going to be hard to choose, until I spotted the strawberry and champagne cupcakes. (They had these in cake form too) it was a no brainier we would get one of these. All I can say is, amazing! The frosting wasn’t too sweet or too dry, you could definitely taste the champagne in the cupcake, which I was a huge fan of, of course! And it wasn’t dry at all which is a huge problem I have with cake. It was incredibly hard not to go back from another one, then I have to remember I didn’t fancy rolling back to the train, as I could have easily eaten all the cake there.
I’m sure next time i’m down London i’ll be putting lots of time aside to spend it in there, tasting more of the delicious cakes!
Is there anywhere you would recommend visiting next time I’m in London? Would love to hear your thoughts!