Oh, boy! I thought I had written about London here before and now I realized I didn’t. I wrote about the trip we’ve done last year but in my old column in a Brazilian website. Shame on me. But well, better late than never and now I have even better tips and photos, so here we go!
Second food stop was Gallery Cafe. The guys from the Vx store (I’ll write a separated post about it) recommend us their vegan pizza. It’s served after 3:30 so we decided to go there before the Saves the Day gig on Tuesday. Can’t describe how good was the super cheesy vegan pizza! One of the best vegan pizzas I’ve ever had. Could eat there every day (yeah, you know, I do love pizza). The place is vegetarian, not vegan, but they have vegan options and the staff is pleased to help you to “build” your favourite pizza.
21 Old Ford Road
Bethnal Green Third stop was Ms. Cupcake. When I read that they had opened a store in London I got so excited and couldn’t leave the city with a least one visit. They’re located in Brixton so we took the tube and, have to say, I had the best cupcake of my life there: a Ferrero Rocher cupcake. We had the honor of meeting Ms. Cupcake in person too and she’s a lovely lady. The shop is big and it’s in a nice gallery with a coffee shop in the next door, where you can order your vegan favourite coffee to have with your cupcake. Matteo had the Triple Chocolate one (which also comes with homemade vegan marshmallows on top!) and I had another one, Raspberry Cheesecake. So, next time you’re in London, make sure you’ll stop by Ms. Cupcake, it’s 1000% worth it!