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London Cafe Jack And Beyond Sells Bottomless Cake And Prosecco

Joanna Freedman

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London Cafe Jack And Beyond Sells Bottomless Cake And Prosecco

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Boozy brunch is great and all, but if you've got a sweet tooth then you're going to want to check out this sugary alternative.

Introducing Jack And Beyond's bottomless cake and booze. Yes, you heard us correctly. Bottomless cake - and this isn't even a dream.

Based in London's Fulham, the cafe invites visitors to join them for an hour and a half time slot, and in this time they'll have a whole menu of delicious cakes to work their way through, while sipping on white wine, beer or bubbly Prosecco.


There's a Chocolate, Peanut Butter & Banana Cake, which is vegan and promises to be "incredibly moist," plus there's a refreshing, citrusy Lemon Cake, slathered in a zingy lemon & mascarpone frosting.

The Red Velvet Cake is another delight you don't want to miss, made up of a red chocolatey sponge and a light vanilla cream cheese frosting, while there's also a Carrot and Cinnamon Cake on offer while sounds lip-smackingly tasty.

Some of the cakes look incredible (Credit: Jack and Beyond)
Some of the cakes look incredible (Credit: Jack and Beyond)

Also on the menu is a Chocolate Raspberry Mousse Cake, which is gluten free, and a Mango & Passionfruit Tart encased in sweet pastry with a nutty almond, mango & passionfruit filling.

Our personal fave has to be the Cheesecake Crumble though. You guessed it - a creamy cheesecake on a biscuit bas topped with homemade crumble and seasonal fruit.

*DROOLING*

We'd quite happily spend the whole hour and a half just eating this, if you asked us...

There's cake as far as the eye can see (Credit: Instagram/ Jack and Beyond)
There's cake as far as the eye can see (Credit: Instagram/ Jack and Beyond)

The bottomless costs a very reasonable £29.95 for the hour and a half, and you can book your tickets here.

There are various time slots you can visit the cafe for the bottomless. On Mondays to Thursdays the promotion runs from 5pm, while on Fridays you can book a slot at 5pm or 7pm.

On Saturdays, you can visit for bottomless at 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm or 7pm, and on Sundays it runs at 12pm, 2pm or 4pm.

It goes without saying that you'll need a valid form of ID on the door before they start plying you with unlimited booze.

But after that you're free to guzzle your favourite tipple and feast on Red Velvet cakes until your heart is content.

This really isn't one to miss.

Topics: Tasty Food, Tasty Drink, Tasty

Joanna Freedman
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