About

Hello and welcome to the London Scone Review

I am a City of London and City of Westminster Tour Guide who loves exploring London and eating scones.

Amongst my friends my love, some might say obsession with scones, is well-known. In my ever continuing quest to eat scones I enjoy visiting everywhere from quirky, vintage tea rooms to contemporary styled cafes which offer quality alternatives to the usual high street chains and not forgetting the sheer decadence of afternoon tea at London’s top luxury hotels.

As @GWinLondon I often tweet about scones and cakes and from this came the idea for a scone blog and the London Scone Review was born. It’s now a monthly feature on my Guided Walks in London blog so I decided to was time to launch this website.

I lead the London Cake Walk, a cake/ scones themed walking tour which is available for public and private bookings please check my other website Guided Walks In London for more details. All public walks are pre-bookable via eventbrite.

I hope you enjoy the scone blog and as I say it’s a tough job but someone has to do it!

One Response to About

  1. Chantal Lemaire says:

    I found a delicious and very filling Quinoa scone in Le Pain Quotidien and hope other patisseries will follow suit as I’m gluten intolerant. So far the best gluten free range I’ve found is Patisserie Valerie but would love to know of any more you find. “Free From” patisserie is hard to find in cafes.

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