If the half term holiday has crept up on you all of a sudden and you’re not sure how you’re going to entertain the kids, why not drop into the The Biscuiteers Biscuit Boutique and Icing Cafe in Notting Hill where they can get utilise their creative talents by icing to their heart’s content?
The little ones (with adults also allowed to join in if they wish!) can choose from the daily selection of biscuit designs, icing designs and decorations with which they can come up with their own biscuit creations. Finished items can then be taken home in a hand-illustrated box, or popped in the biscuit post to send to a loved one – whether it’s going to be a surprise for Daddy or a special gift for Grandma.
Open every day during half term, no booking is necessary – simply drop in!
The Little Biscuiteers School of Icing has also recently been launched and there will be special icing classes taking place during half term. Lessons last an hour, and all necessary biscuits, cakes, icing and edible decorations are provided. Children also receive their very own Biscuiteers apron, a selection of biscuits or cakes that they’ve iced to take home, and an Icing Certificate.
Lesson cost Â£25 (plus VAT) per child (which includes soft drinks), with bookings subject to availability. A minimum of four children is required per lesson – why not get together a group of friends? A timetable of classes can be found online atÂ www.biscuiteers.com/our-boutique.
The Biscuiteers Boutique and Icing Cafe opened in November 2012, offering the extremely popular Biscuiteers biscuit and cake collections which are also stocked in Selfridges, Harrods, Fortnum & Mason and The Conran Shop, amongst others. Started by husband-and-wife team Stevie Congdon and Harriet Hastings, Biscuiteers have been named as one of “Britain’s most innovative, disruptive and creative young brands” in the Future 50 Awards.
The Biscuiteers Boutique and Icing Cafe
194 Kensington Park Road