Well hello to you my reader chums! Last weekend was pretty jam packed, I went to see the Swan Lake ballet (it was absolutely incredible), celebrated Mothers Day with a delicious meal out to Carluccios and got the chance of visiting the exclusive Cadbury's Crème Egg Café in London! This ultra unique café, is open for limited time only where all proceeds go to charity. The tickets sold out quite quickly, so I was lucky to grab a pair of them. Maria (my twin and I) went together and were really excited to try out the delicious treats!
Here's a couple of pictures below:
The Cadbury's Crème Egg Café sign
Maria and I at Victoria station
Me outside the café
As we were ticket holders, upon arrival they took us upstairs to the eating area and gave the option of picking one thing off the menu. I opted for the tray bake and Maria chose the toastie; both were scrummy indeed. The seating zone was smaller than expected, yet rather cosy. It was decorated with Crème egg themed everything in an inventive way from sculptures to the colour scheme; I loved it!
After eating, we were brought up to the ball pit (as you can imagine we got very excited!) It was quite big given the size of the place and contained a few interactive games. Maria and I had such a laugh and felt like kids again, throwing plastic balls all the place.
The ball pit
Maria and I having a blast!
When I first walked into the café, one of the things I was intrigued by was the design. From the creative egg art up the stairs to the 'press for a cream egg' button and various ornaments made out of the wrappers, it all captured the true essence of Cadburys!
Press for Crème egg button
After our Cadbury Café experience, we decided to make the most of London and headed over to Covent Garden. I love it there, with a range of fab shops, restaurants, the sweetest market and picture worthy scenery, you can't beat it. We had a browse around all the makeup shops ( I finally went into a Charlotte Tilbuty store) and picked up a few bits in Kiko! Then, we trekked over to M&M as we've both never actually been! It was a pretty crazy place with an even crazier amount of M&Ms!
Visiting the Crème Café was a one off treat and I'm happy to have experienced such an exclusivity! If you're as obsessed with chocolate as much as me then you'd love it. They do a take away service as well which you queue up for and I believe tickets are needed to be seated upstairs. The café is found on Greek Street nearby Leicester Square in London.
I hope you enjoyed this day out style post. What's your favourite London spot?
Thank you for reading <3