If you haven't heard of the croissant-doughnut hybrid known as the Cronut, you've probably been indulging in some livock (living under a rock), so for your own elucidation, here's the breakdown: this deep-fried frankenfood was invented in New York, where people went bananas for it, arriving before dawn to queue up for one outside the original purveyor Dominique Ansel Bakery -- and now, it's made its sugary way across the Atlantic. So, without further ado, here're the places in London where it's possible to snap one up…
Cronuts are taking over London, and here's where to get 'em
Rinkoff's is making a rendition of the famed Cronut... and other delicious treats that you need to try!
Cocomaya is a supreme pastry and chocolatier, and is worth your visit and all of your money.
A bakehouse that holds true to good, traditional pastries, as well as innovative and more-eclectic options (for those who have a wandering eye... ).
If you're not good with heights, you might want to request a table away from the windows. This classy establishment offers an incredible view of London, 40 stories above the ground in the Heron Tower. And regardless of when your hunger pangs pop up, Duck & Waffle has you covered 24/7.