Pudding Bar is located in London Soho and it serve one course – dessert. The place is like a rustic coffee shop which is spread over two floors of seatings. The menu is simple with a variety of dessert to choose and each one is beautifully presented.
The Banoffee Delight (£8) is a banana and caramel mousse sandwich between crushed shortbreads, served with caramelised bananas and a scoop of white chocolate ice cream. It was a nice collated dessert but I was not a fan of the unripe banana flavour.
If you are looking for a light dessert then the panna cotta (£6) could be a good option. We had the buttermilk panna cotta served with raspberry sorbet.
The dessert that I considered to be filling is the Apple and Maple Syrup Baked Alaska (£7). It was made up of an apple cake covered in a meringue and served with drizzle of maple syrup.
The S’more Cheesecake (£8) is a milk chocolate cheesecake on a ginger nut biscuit base served with peanut butter ice cream. It was nice dessert but I found it got too sweet for me.
The Pudding Bar is a nice concept and it fill a gap in the London restaurant market. If up you are looking for a place in London to have dessert then consider Pudding Bar.
26 Greek Street