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London: Tom’s Delicatessen


P. and I found Tom’s Delicatessen in the trendy Notting Hill area after a lovely breakfast nearby. Even though our stomachs were full, our eyes were drawn to the cafe’s retro-kitsch design (it’s been there for 20 years).

As we walked inside we realised their vintage design is suitably matched to it’s wholesome blast-from-the-past treats.

The store is filled with hard-to-find vintage sweet treats, sumptuous-looking homemade cakes and downstairs is a well stocked deli with items rarely seen in any other stores.

  • Tom’s Delicatessen: 226 Westbourne Grove, London, W11 2RH.
  • Tube Stop: Notting Hill Gate (The “Central”, “Circle” or “District” lines).

ACPC Tip: Try their melting moment biscuits – but get one to take away, or you may end up buying the entire batch. The walk from the “tube” to Tom’s will take around 10 minutes, but for views of beautiful London townhouses and quirky vintage shops along the way – it’s worth it.

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  1. 17/01/2010 8:42 pm

    Thanks for this lovely adress! You have by the way a COOL foodblog!

    Many greetings from Brussels, Belgium!

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