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Caffe Concerto, London by Qype User mitch…
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    • Qype User charit…
    • London
    • 27 friends
    • 84 reviews
    5.0 star rating

    i have bought my birthday cake here 2 years ago as they have such a vast selection on display.just displaying the different cakes they make and whats on offer is a self marketing technique within itself. they had an actual booklet of the different designs.i opt for a vanilla and chocolate cake topped with rippled flower chocolate and chocolate snails,so basically a whole lot of chocolate.the range is fantastic.i would just window shop and stare at the cakes if i ever go pass here.i was very amused by the cake and it was fantastic!i even had my own birthday msg on it!also they have the most tastiest panini's!!!its very italianesque and it always smells of blended coffee!if ever you're in high street kensington,this is a must visit!

    • Qype User mitch…
    • Oldbury, West Midlands
    • 87 friends
    • 106 reviews
    4.0 star rating

    Caffe Concerto is slap bang in the middle of Kensington high street (...and down a tiny bit). Anyway in the window they have displays of these huge cakes which look like something you would find in a film, they look amazing.
    Inside its quite small, however there is a truly Italian coffee shop feel to place. They serve many type of pannis and cakes etc. However you pocket may be 'slightly' less heavy after coming out nevertheless the quality is definatly there.

    Example a filled croissant or sandwhich to take away around £3.90, however to eat in around £6.50.

    Is definatly a great escape from Kensington high street.

    • Qype User sar23…
    • London
    • 10 friends
    • 109 reviews
    5.0 star rating

    If you can't quite afford to go to Paris, then you can just hang out here instead and feel almost as good. It often has tinkling piano music, quaint little chairs and tables and pretty little cakes and biscuits. In fact, I think quaint and pretty are the best two words to describe this cafe. You can feel like a real lady (or gentleman) sipping on tea from a dainty tea cup...just don't be too dissapointed when you step out onto the dreary Ken high street.

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