Luxury dessert parlour heads to London

Haute Dolci

Luxury dessert parlour chain Haute Dolci has opened its tenth branch, and its first in London, in Wembley Park’s entertainment district.

Located directly opposite the Grade II listed SSE Arena, Wembley, the new opening has capacity for 100 covers, and will also create 30 new jobs for the local community.

The latest site has an open plan design that draws inspiration from both Italian and French heritage, boasting a backdrop of finishes inspired by Statuario marble, and on the mezzanine level, a cherry blossom tree will transport diners to Paris’ iconic cherry blossom display outside of the Notre-Dame. The tree is constructed from a real cherry tree trunk and is 6 metres in diameter, with branches spanning across the width of the restaurant.

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The new dessert restaurant features an international menu including American and Belgian waffles, cookie dough, pancakes, and crêpes, as well as luxury chocolate desserts. In addition, Haute Dolci Wembley Park will also feature a vegan and gluten free breakfast and brunch menu, and a selection of hot and cold beverages.

Aman Harghandewal, director of Haute Dolci Wembley Park, said: “To open our first London location at Wembley Park as the hospitality sector reopens for indoor dining, is a significant milestone for us. Opening Haute Dolci in this iconic destination felt like a natural fit, with our shared values of creating special moments and unforgettable experiences for all our guests. We’re incredibly excited to launch our unique offer to the residents, workers and visitors of Wembley Park and wider London.”

Open from 11am until 11pm, Monday to Saturday, Haute Dolci Wembley Park is aimed at experience-seeking millennials who crave innovative, affordable treats. Its alcohol-free menu can also make it a suitable venue for non-drinkers and the local Muslim communities. While its late night opening hours can cater to evening shoppers and showgoers at the nearby events venues.

In line with the latest government guidance on Covid-19, a number of health and safety measures will be in place both inside and outside of the restaurant, which should ensure diners can have the full Haute Dolci experience, safely and comfortably.

The dessert parlour chain’s other nine outlets are in Cheshire Oaks, Manchester’s Trafford Centre, Birmingham Star City, Leicester, Leeds – The Light, Bradford – Broadway, Bolton, Blackburn and Coventry.

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