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finally got to try Cox, Cookies and Cakes after months of wanting. The shop located in Soho is the newest project from shoe designer Patrick Cox serving quirky cupcakes and cookies to saucy Londoners. We tried a few of the cupcakes including one labeled F**K me – the ideal gift for a loved one; one with a men’s torso on and one with a skull and crossbones on. We also crammed a brownie in just to be sure it wasn’t just the cupcakes which were good.

The shop is full of neon signs, dark lighting and some sex branded merchandise. Open until 11pm at weekends it’s a great place to call in for a sugar fix or buy some cakes to impress dinner guests. Just be extra careful on the way home, even in a box ours got ruined.

Head along for some legal, sexy highs and tasty treats!

Sun – Thurs 11am – 8pm
Fri – Sat 11am – 11pm
Cox, Cookies and Cakes, Brewer Street, W1F