The British like their puddings*. Traditional desserts include everything from Bakewell Tart* to Banoffee Pie*, Eaton Mess*, and Spotted Dick* (which I still haven’t managed to order at a restaurant yet). The list of restaurants below is a combination of traditional and those more similar to what you can get in the US.

Burgers of Marlow (Buckinghamshire)

Don’t let the odd name confuse for what is essentially an artisan bakery located within 10 minutes of High Wycombe. A Swiss family started it and the name is pronounced 'Bur-jer' with a soft 'g'. It has remained a family business since the 40s with delicious bread, pastries and chocolates made on-site. We'll now know where to go when there is a break between double-headers* at High Wycombe. 1628 483389
The Causeway, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 1NF

Hummingbird Bakery (Multiple)

This famous bakery bills itself as baking ‘authentic American cakes and desserts’. Indeed the portions are US sizes. They have huge cupcakes with black bottom and red velvet varieties being family favorites.

Gail's Bakery (Multiple)

In addition to award-winning breads, cakes, and pastries, this chain has delicious breakfast, including French toast. Also, if you order groceries from Ocado, apparently you can have their artisan bread delivered to your door.


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