FREE doughnuts are coming to Notting Hill this Saturday!

Doughnut Time is launching its third store on Saturday 27th January in Notting Hill!

To celebrate, the team is offering customers two hours of free doughnuts, including an exclusive Notting Hill doughnut from 12:00-2:00pm on the opening day.

The new shop sits next door to the famous Notting Hill Bookshop, where Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant’s characters first met in Notting Hill.

Inspired by one of the film’s most popular scenes, the last brownie contest, Doughnut Time’s bakers have joined forces with Great British Bake Off 2017 Finalist, Steven Carter-Bailey, to create a limited-edition brownie-packed doughnut names after Julia Robert’s loveable character, “Anna Scott”.

Bringing together Doughnut Time’s quirky creations and Steven aka “Sponge Cake Square Tin’s” expert baking skills, the creation is made up of a dark chocolate glaze with milk chocolate drizzle and curls, and topped with Steven’s take on “the last brownie”, which features a “whoopsie” daisy flower.

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Whilst Anna Scott almost wins the brownie for having “the saddest act” at the dinner party, lucky Londoners won’t need to win a contest to get their hands on this chocolate delight – just turn up between 12-2pm on Saturday 27th to get your reward!

Doughnut Time Notting Hill opens on Saturday 27th January with two hours of free doughnuts from 12:00-2:00PM.

Visit Doughnut Time Notting Hill, 15 Blenheim Crescent, London , W11 2EE. 

Alfie Green
Alfie Green

You bring the rum, I'll bring the raspberries. Perfect daiquiris all round.

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