Calling all cheesecake cravers, dairy devourers, and ice-cream idolisers, we’ve received word that one of London’s most beloved viral desserts is making a return – and you don’t want to miss it. Years back, before every restaurant in London had at least one viral food item, one sweet treat ruled our feeds. We’re talking, of course, about Whipped’s social-media-dominating cheesecake soft-serve. Oh yeah – it’s back, baby!
Now, if you’re somehow not already familiar with Whipped then you need to get down there pronto, regardless of the return of the soft-serve. They dish out mind-bending cheesecake delights that range from flavours like Banoffee Pie to Blueberry Crumble and beyond. Naturally, they also have a mean classic New York Cheesecake. As if that wasn’t enough, they also bake wonderful sponge cakes and crave-worthy cookies. They can do the basics just as well as they can go wild! (After all, chef patron Alice Churchill does have a Michelin background, and spent 14 years working in high-end-patisseries.)
The return of the frozen cheesecake soft-serve
Recent scrolls through socials stopped us in our tracks as we spied a familiar viral sensation making a return. Could it be true? Could the fabled treat really be back after years of pleading? We headed to the website to double-check, and our suspicions were confirmed. “Frozen Cheesecake is Back”.
As you might expect, the flavours are as wonderfully indulgent as Whipped’s other offerings. We’re talking offerings like Lotus biscuit honeycomb and caramel-topped vanilla, and red velvet frozen cheesecake soft serve with red velvet cake pieces. Because what else would you top something as decadent as this with, but MORE CAKE!?
If you want to try out the creamy, frozen, downright naughtily delicious frozen cheesecake soft-serve you’ll want to make a bee-line for Whipped’s Market Halls site. While the frozen cheesecake vendors may count a number of sites to their name, the frozen cheesecake soft-serve is ONLY available at Market Halls. Better hurry, before the queue gets too long!
📍 Whipped Market Halls, Victoria, 191 Victoria Street, SW1E 5NE. The nearest station is Victoria.