Crosstown Doughnuts

Crosstown Doughnuts

Matcha Tea Doughnut, Creme Brûlée Doughnut – filled with vanilla custard

Last week, Crosstown Doughnuts opened their newest doors on Broadwick Street in Soho, and have pretty much sold out every day ever since.

If you’re not already familiar with them, Crosstown Doughnuts are a London gourmet artisan doughnut brand, who hand-make their hybrid sourdough & fresh bakers yeast  doughnuts every night, so they’re ready and waiting for you, gleaming in their glazes, just in time for your breakfast. And your late morning doughnut run. And afternoon tea. And dinner. (Don’t judge me.)

Crosstown Doughnuts

Summer Berry Glaze Doughnut

Crosstown Doughnuts

The Lamnut (inspired by The Lammington) and Peanut Butter & Berry Doughnut

Crosstown Doughnuts Soho

Sea Salt Caramel & Banana Cream Doughnut – with fresh banana puree! None of that fake banana nonsense ;)

Banana Cream Crosstown Doughnuts

Homemade chocolate soil topping, chocolate sour dough base and fresh banana cream filling. A sweet but silky banana cream filling is encased in Crosstown’s light and fluffy chocolate sour dough. Topped off with a generous swirl of sea salt caramel and a divine chocolate soil.

Crosstown Doughnuts

Chocolate Truffle Doughnut and Raspberry Jam Doughnut, with made-from-scratch-raspberry-jam

Crosstown Doughnuts are stocked all over the place, (including Selfridges) and already have doughnut bars in Leather Lane Market, Broadway Market and Piccadilly Circus. My pal Danya and I visited their newest store on Broadwick Street last week… and it’s a wonder we ever left.

It was a very cold and rainy day, so we extremely grateful for the wonderful Assembly Coffee and ridiculously delicious doughnuts, which we immediately devoured. We felt warm and cosy and cocooned in the small glowing cafe – a sweet haven in the heart of urban Soho.

Assembly Coffee at Crosstown Doughnuts

Flat white for me – Crosstown Doughnuts are serving the new Assembly Coffee

Crosstown Doughnuts, Soho

All I can see are doughnuts

We tasted a few between us, but my two favourites were Creme Brûlée, with its heavenly custard filling… and the Peanut Butter and Berry Doughnut. Holy. Moly.

Crosstown Doughnuts

Peanut Butter and Berry Doughnut

Crosstown Doughnuts

Ugh just LOOK! The doughnut is topped with a thick indulgent peanut butter glaze and topped with homemade, tangy blackcurrant compote and a sprinkling of toasted peanuts

Doughnut stools

Doughnut stools!

Crosstown Doughnuts

Rowena refilling trays of mini doughnuts…

Mini Crosstown Doughnuts

If you’re not sure which one to choose – you can experiment with flavours with a couple of their mini doughnuts…

Crosstown Doughnuts in the window

Best window display. Ever.

Police outside Crosstown Doughnuts in Soho

Even the local coppers got distracted by Crosstown’s doughnutty window display

So I am officially hooked. And I am saying right here, right now and very, very confidently, that you will be too.

All it takes is one…

Poppy Loves - a London Lifestyle Blog

 

p.s. Did I mention that they deliver?

 

Crosstown Doughnuts
4 Broadwick Street
Soho, London, W1F 8HJ

 


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  1. Wow this place looks amazing! I don’t think I’d be able to decide which flavour to go for… it would probably end up being the classic jam doughnut haha. Why are there so many brilliant looking places that are no where near me?!?

    Kathryn | Nimble Note

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