Wembley Park – London’s most exciting new neighbourhood – is already on many people’s radars as the place to shop, play and enjoy great culture and entertainment. Now, the neighbourhood is also drawing in foodies from across London and beyond, thanks to its vast array of culinary options, including plenty of treats for diners with a sweet tooth.
Between BOXPARK Wembley, the 21 food and beverage outlets in London Designer Outlet, artisan coffee shops, independent restaurants (including Masalachi from twice Michelin-starred Atul Kochhar), options abound when it comes to eating out in Wembley Park. And the area now has so many dessert options that diners can map out their very own treat tour.
First on the pudding parade is Haute Dolci, which is famed for its edible artwork desserts. The exquisite hazelnut and chocolate macarons or the white chocolate and raspberry topped strawberries are ideal for a smaller treat. Diners after something even more luxurious will find that the sticky toffee banana French toast, cinnamon-nut swirl crepes and Bis-scoff me down cookie dough will delight both their eyes and their palate. There’s an impressive vegan and gluten-free menu, along with a range of mocktails, shakes and coolers that are all well worth a try. Wembley Park’s Haute Dolci also features a stunning indoor cherry tree – perfect for an Insta-worthy selfie as part of a memorable visit.
The Dessert Factory is another must-stop spot for Wembley Park visitors and local residents alike. The teams’ aim is to create desserts that are innovative and industry firsts in the UK. This means that the menu includes some delicious experiments-gone-right, from ‘coffee in a cone’ and ‘waffles with a twist’ to ‘infused cookie doughs.’
For churros, nowhere beats the authentic Spanish treats at Churros Buenos. Diners can enjoy them with Belgian chocolate dip or oozing with fillings such as Nutella or caramel. The Nutella hot chocolate and strawberry iced tea are also ideal for a drink to delight their taste buds.
Treatz, meanwhile, is the go-to spot for a quick caffeine fix and an indulgent dessert. The chocolate sushi is not to be missed, while the dessert sharing platters are a great way to try out a range of different sweet treats. The menu features plenty of gluten-free options, as well as choices for vegans and dairy-free diners.
Wembley Park also caters to those with a sweet tooth but who are also counting the calories, thanks to the fabulous creations on offer at Afta Eats. Committed to delivering on the taste front while keeping nutrition front and centre, the team serves up Italian gelato, vegan desserts and the finest Belgian waffles, as well as an extensive offering of smoothies, milkshakes, ice cream and crepes.
Other tempting stops on the Wembley Park treat tour include BOXPARK Wembley’s Udderlicious for ice cream and Longboys for doughnuts that are guaranteed to delight. There are even doughnut-making classes at Bread Ahead for those looking to get more hands-on with crafting the perfect sweet treat (pre-booking is essential for these hugely popular classes!).
So sweet is life at Wembley Park, that even the neighbourhood’s apartments are building creative places to eat into their design. Those renting with Quintain Living – the award-winning management company overseeing the rental of more than 3,250 apartments in Wembley Park – at The Robinson can take afternoon tea in the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Garden, for example.
Meanwhile, at Canada Gardens, the residents-only clubhouse is serviced by Out of Office Coffee, providing the ideal spot to enjoy a caffeine fix and a bite to eat. The vegan-friendly banana bread is perfect for those with a sweet tooth. For more information visit www.wembleypark.com, find us on Facebook or follow us on Instagram.