Well, well, well, sweet tooth and flower aficionados unite as we have a new hot spot for you on our list of best pastries in London. The Dorchester has done it again and created yet another luxurious experience for us to indulge in.
As self-proclaimed lovers of all things sweet and beautiful, at House of Coco, we are beyond excited about the launch of Cake & Flowers. Not sure about you but the thought of being able to walk into a boutique filled with jewel-like interiors, stunning patisserie, and fresh blooms has us swooning.
And let’s not forget about the masterminds behind this exquisite venture. Philip Hammond and Michael Kwan have truly outdone themselves with their floral and pastry creations.
Menu highlights include Michael’s take on The Dorchester Rose, a dazzling cake to match the signature rose and jasmine cream, compressed pear and coconut crunch; alongside a citrus and orange Blossom Pavlova, with yuzu and bergamot meringue, citrus compote, orange blossom cream and confit citrus.
Michael’s signature cake, The Tree Cake, will change seasonally and include flavours such as cherry blossom tea mousse and sour cherry.
I mean, come on, who wouldn’t want to try The Dorchester Rose cake? And don’t even get me started on the signature Tree Cake. I can already taste the cherry blossom tea mousse. Yum!
As someone who loves convenience, I am delighted to hear that Cake & Flowers will also be available for online delivery in central London. Talk about having your cake and eating it too!
So if you’re looking for me this weekend, you know where to find me. I’ll be at Cake & Flowers living my Marie Antoinette fantasy and indulging in some of the best pastries in London. Don’t worry, I’ll save you a slice of The Dorchester Rose cake – if you’re lucky!
To learn more please visit Cake & Flowers.