Stuffed Address: 31 Bethnal Green Rd, London, E1 6LA
Opening Hours: 3 pm-11 pm
The UK’s first-ever Stuffed Gelato doughnuts, based in East London, is the latest dessert craze. You may find some delectable-looking treats such as Halo, Croffles, and Doughnuts, which have become quite a hit on social media. The blue coloured interiors will have you snapping away your desserts for those perfect Insta shots. These are handmade artisan gelato, topped off with premium toppings and sauces. They have an extensive range of flavours to try, which suits everyone.
HOW TO GET HERE?
Stuffed is located near Boxpark Shoreditch on Bethnal Green Road. The closest tube station would be ‘Shoreditch Overground’ or ‘London Liverpool Street’, both of which are within a walking distance away. This dessert shop is open from 3 p.m. until late at night, making it ideal for individuals who want to grab a bite on the go or for an after-dinner sweet fix.
Stuffed Gelato Experience
Although the store is modest, there are adequate seats for those who like to dine in, with seating for up to 4 to 6 persons. As you enter, go a few steps up and you’ll see their entire menu selection on your left. You’ll find an Insta-worthy spot to your right with a snappy logo that says ‘You Drive Me Glazy’ and a telephone set underneath. I only had two sets of desserts to select from, when deciding what to purchase from their menu because Halo, one of the three desserts, had sadly run out on the day I visited. As a result, I went with the Croffle and Doughnuts.
There were numerous beverages to select from, but I decided on the Pistachio Latte after seeing how delicious it looked.
You can find their menu online or on their social page.
I did take an image of their menu inside, which you have a look at on my recent reel through my page
Bish Please £5.75
This was a lotus biscoff-flavored waffle with a vanilla ice cream scoop on top and custard on the side, stuffed with vanilla gelato, biscoff crumbs, and biscoff sauce. I had been handed plastic cutlery, which tasted great but was difficult to cut into. I had already given them my feedback to provide metal cutlery for those who dine indoors. As you can see from the way I photographed it, the presentation was enticing.
I enjoyed the hot custard poured over the waffle, which made it slightly softer than it had been.
Hey Mia £5.75
Handmade homemade gelato filled with freshly baked glazed doughnuts. I chose the ‘Hey Mia’ Gelato Doughnut since it was the most enticing to me. It was a pistachio-flavoured doughnut, and be prepared to get your hands dirty because it was quite filling, with one bite squeezing out the filling, causing a mess.
The doughnut itself wasn’t the best because it was stale, but the flavours were delicious. Vegans can choose from the same pistachio flavour and a few other Gelato Doughnuts.
Stuffed Pistachio Latte £4.75
If you need a pick-me-up in the afternoon, a Pistachio Latte is a necessity. They offer a variety of new hot and cold beverages, but I’ve always liked this drink and it didn’t let me down. I’d like to try the others next time because they have some interesting beverages.
Food: 7 out of 10
Pricing: 6 out of 10
Service: 9 out of 10
Presentation: 8 out of 10
Experience: 8 out of 10
Overall, I have given this dessert shop a rating of 7.6 out of 10.
Overall, I enjoyed my experience and my time here. I was able to capture some fantastic footage and photographs of the desserts available. The food and beverage were excellent, albeit the doughnut was a little messy. The flavours and croffle, on the other hand, were fantastic. In comparison to the quality of the goods you’re getting, the pricing seemed a little on the high side. I thought the service was excellent because I was assisted with the custard pouring on the croffle and was shown little prep of Pistachio Latte. The desserts were presented well, with the croffle, in particular, standing out.
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