Nottingham’s Cake Culture
Nottingham city centre is laced with cake shops, bakeries, patisseries and coffee houses, where the choice is almost endless.
The popularity of coffee and cake has grown YoY with the UK now housing over 15,000 coffee shops. In Nottingham, the market is also thriving with the influx of more students revising over a muffin or cupcake and more businesses entertaining clients with coffee and cake, or breakfast meetings.
Brownies, cake slices, chocolate tiffin - you name it and you are bound to find it in town. But what do you do if you are looking for something unique? Something you can give as a gift, surprise or pick me up to someone special? You could try an independent cake shop, who will design and ice your cake in any flavour, colour etc.
Prices for a cake start at around £20, to be customised and picked up once finished, but recent start up Baker Days are dispatching personalised cakes straight from their kitchen in Ollerton.
Not having to spend a fortune to send a personalised cake is a core value of Baker Days, and their owner Andrea Guzyova prides herself on her idea to dispatch a unique ‘letterbox cake’. Orders are made online and all deliveries will be despatched for free both across the city and UK wide.