EXPLORE ALL CAKES

Explore our iconic gourmet cakes, their history and what makes them so delicious.

Chocolate Rugelach

£12

Chocolate rugelach are small yeast Danish filled with gooey chocolate and traditionally covered in sugar syrup. Here in Israel it’s the classic bakery treat that everyone brings home on Fridays for the weekend. Shabbat morning rugelach is a truly Israeli experience. Many home bakers like to make their own rugelach, even using store bought frozen dough. If you’d like to attempt this, I can tell you one thing for sure, the smell in your kitchen will be worth it!

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Chocolate Cake

£86

Chocolate Cake Alfajores are some of the most prevalent sweet specialty in Argentina. They are a type of cookie made of two sweet cornstarch biscuits joined together with dulce de leche. You will find alfajores coated with dark or white chocolate, or simply covered with coconut or sugar powder. These Argentinian cookies can be eaten for breakfast, as a dessert at lunch or dinner, or as a snack to accompany the tea, coffee or mate (traditional drink of Argentina).

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Chocolate Cake

£20

Chiffon Cake Alfajores are some of the most prevalent sweet specialty in Argentina. They are a type of cookie made of two sweet cornstarch biscuits joined together with dulce de leche. You will find alfajores coated with dark or white chocolate, or simply covered with coconut or sugar powder. These Argentinian cookies can be eaten for breakfast, as a dessert at lunch or dinner, or as a snack to accompany the tea, coffee or mate (traditional drink of Argentina).

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Chocolate Cake

£121

Cheesecake Alfajores are some of the most prevalent sweet specialty in Argentina. They are a type of cookie made of two sweet cornstarch biscuits joined together with dulce de leche. You will find alfajores coated with dark or white chocolate, or simply covered with coconut or sugar powder. These Argentinian cookies can be eaten for breakfast, as a dessert at lunch or dinner, or as a snack to accompany the tea, coffee or mate (traditional drink of Argentina).

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Charlotte

£121

Alfajores are some of the most prevalent sweet specialty in Argentina. They are a type of cookie made of two sweet cornstarch biscuits joined together with dulce de leche. You will find alfajores coated with dark or white chocolate, or simply covered with coconut or sugar powder. These Argentinian cookies can be eaten for breakfast, as a dessert at lunch or dinner, or as a snack to accompany the tea, coffee or mate (traditional drink of Argentina).

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Sweethearts Cake

£29

A couple lived a very poor life, in imperial China. They loved each other and lived in a small village. Suddenly, a mysterious disease spread. The husband’s father became very sick. The couple spent all of their money in order to treat the man’s father, but he was still sick. The wife sold herself as a slave in exchange for money to buy medicine for her father-in-law. Once the husband learned about what his wife did, he made a cake filled with sweetened winter melon and almond. He dedicated this pastry to his wife, whom he could never forget, and sold it in the street. His cake became so popular that he was able to earn enough money to buy his wife back.

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Piononos

£29

Piononos it is a snack of two halves. Firstly a cylinder shaped roll of pastry with syrup that ensures the pionono has a sweet taste. Then it is topped off with toasted cream.
They are made with egg whites, sugar, milk, lemon rind, cinnamon and – my personal favourite ingredient – rum.
In the 19th century it was three widowed sisters from the bakery “La Blanquita” who rediscovered the original recipe and decided to name it “Papa Pío Noveno”, giving it a Papal headgear, mitre like shape.

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Pan De Muerto

£29

Pan De Muerto it is a sweetened soft bread shaped like a bun, often decorated with bone-shaped phalanges pieces. Pan De Muerto is eaten on Día de Muertos, at the gravesite or alternatively, at a tribute called an ofrenda. In some regions, it is eaten for months before the official celebration of Dia de Muertos

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Lapis Legit Surabaya Cake

£29

The cake is made of flour, yolk, rich in butter or margarine. Spekkoek is popular in Indonesia and served as holiday treat, especially for natal, imlek, and lebaran. It is also served or given as gifts during many local festivities such as at birthday parties and weddings. In the Netherlands, the sliced cake is traditionally served for dessert in rijsttafel

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Alfajores

£29

These Argentinian cookies can be eaten for breakfast, as a dessert at lunch or dinner, or as a snack to accompany the tea, coffee or mate (traditional drink of Argentina). Alfajores are sold in panaderias (bakeries) as well as cafes or in individual packets at specialty stores, which offer some of the best in Argentina. Although they are rich and sweet, they are not overwhelmingly sugary, it’s very easy to get tempted to eat one every single day.

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