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Biscuiteers DIY Icing Cafes in Notting Hill and Northcote

by Sally Foster (follow)
Make your very own afternoon tea to enjoy

Biscuiteers Icing Cafe is a boutique cafe where you and your kids can learn the art of icing and then have a scrumptious afternoon tea. They run a range of events seven days a week at both the Icing Cafes in Notting Hill and on Northcote Road.

The Biscuiteers School of Icing will sure to delight the budding baker, and it also gives you a miss on cleaning up a dirty kitchen afterwards. Because as much as I love involving my child in the kitchen, it is a very messy affair!

Credit: Biscuiteers Website


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Biscuiteers run special private lessons for children, that last for an hour. All biscuits, icing and edible decorations are included.

At the end of the lesson your budding biscuiteers will receive a certificate of excellence, as well as an apron and their iced creation. There is a minimum booking requirement of four children and maximum of ten children per lesson. The minimum age is 6, and the price is £45 per child.

If private lessons are not your thing, your little ones can also partake in the DIY icing cafe. You can ice alongside your child, choosing from the daily selection of biscuit designs, colours and decorations. At the end of the lesson you can take your creations home in a gift box.

The DIY icing cafe lasts for up to an hour and is £18 for three biscuits with materials.

Credit: Biscuiteers Website


The London Crochet Club meets on a regular basis to learn crochet, meet other local mums, and to have a good chat. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, everyone is welcome to come along.
Bookings for icing classes and DIY cafe are essential and can be made online here.

If you donít want to participate in icing classes, you can still head on down to enjoy a scrumptious afternoon tea! Itís perfect for a special afternoon treat or occasion. Or even just a Sunday just because! You never need an excuse to enjoy a good biscuit after all.

Location: 13 Northcote Road, London, United Kingdom, SW11 1NG and 194 Kensington Park Road , London, United Kingdom, W112ES

Contact: 44 870 458 8358 or yum@biscuiteers.com

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 10am to 6pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm

Where is your favourite childrenís baking or cooking experience? Please let us know in the comments below. We would love to hear from you!




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