Krispy Kremes are great but sometimes you want something a little bit different. Something a little bit tastier. Something a little fancier. I know I do. I have become somewhat a doughnut addict. Trying as many doughnuts as I can. I’ve even requested friends bring me some home. When I’ve seen tasty looking ones online. It’s that serious. Which is why I’m going to share with you 5 of the best doughnuts in London. So, you don’t waste time on boring doughnuts.
5 Best Doughnuts In London To Try Today
I’m going to start with what I consider the best doughnuts in London. Crosstown Doughnuts! Their tasty treats are all round delicious. Most places you will either get style or you get taste. Crosstown Doughnuts are rare. Because you get both. I’ve tried nearly all their flavours, including the specials they bring out. Such as the Limoncello Doughnut, which included a whole shot of Limoncello. It was the only one that I thought was a bit too much. In my opinion, the best ones are Sea Salt Caramel Banana, Peanut Butter Berry, Chocolate Truffle, Rum and Pineapple. Their Cinnamon Scroll is pretty darn tasty too. Most of their iconic flavours have vegan versions.
Doughnut Time, oh, Doughnut Time. I have so many mixed feelings about their doughnuts. My main thought is that they have more style over substance. Mostly they taste really sugary with no set flavours. But I have to include them on this list. Because they are so darn creative. From the way they look to their names. I especially like the name Hans Rolo, and to me, it’s the only one that tastes of what it should do. If you want a doughnut that tastes amazing. Head to Crosstown. If you want a doughnut that will look awesome on Instagram. Head to Doughnut Time.
Dum Dum Donutterie have a large reach. From Brighton all the way to Dubai. You’ll probably recognise them, from Influencers photos. Dum Dum creates those ‘say it with doughnuts’ notes. I’m not sure notes really justifies it, but you get what I mean. Zoella gets them a lot. That isn’t the reason why you should try them though. They are actually pretty tasty. The doughnut itself is light and the flavour combinations work really well. They even do Cronuts. The caramel one is brilliant.
Unless you visit South East London food markets, you’ve probably never heard of Bret & Bailey. Technically they aren’t a doughnut place. But they have a creation that is so tasty. I’ve had to include it on the list of best doughnuts in London. It would be stupid not to. They create the tastiest traditional Bomboloni, with interesting fillings, and covered in lots of sugar. I can highly recommend the raspberry ripple flavour.
Again, Dominique Ansel Bakery, isn’t technically a doughnut place. But how could I not add Cronuts to the best doughnuts in London list. I still haven’t tried one. They are always sold out by the time I get there. So, I’m taking everyone else’s word for it here. Judging by the fact they are always sold out. I’m pretty certain they are worthy.
I’m still on the hunt for the best doughnuts in London. So, the chances are high, that I will add to this list as time goes on. Please let me know if you have any suggestions!
Please note, Hetty Loves Food, only owns the rights to the images used with CrossTown Doughnuts and Doughnut Time. All other images belong to others and linked back to their source.
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I’m Heather, Hetty is a nickname, given to me by my besties daughter. I’m a Social Media Recruiter by day and a foodie by night, weekend and any time i’m not working. My main hobby is searching London for food I find on the Internet.