Naked Dough - A Cookie Dough Lover's Heaven

In my previous post I spoke about the trip to London I took with Will and all about our visit to Dinerama. If you've read that post you'll know we ate a lot. So how did we still have room to gorge on cookie dough? The truth is that we didn't. After stuffing our faces with the most amazing food, we took a slow and slightly sluggish walk back to the underground station and accidentally on purpose headed into Naked Dough, a cookie dough shop I’d only seen in Facebook videos and had wanted to visit for months.

We were so lucky and it was completely incidental that the same station was closest to Dinerama and had the place I wanted to visit. So naturally, we both grabbed a pot of cookie dough each (because even if you don’t think you can possibly eat a single bite more, you always have room in the second dessert stomach). I chose Emoji Poos - the chocolate chip one and Will went for Mud Bath - the double chocolate option. There were so many choices all with unique names and flavour combinations. Cookie dough is also the most filling thing you can eat so it was definitely worth the £3.60 a tub.

There is no risk at all with their totally safe recipes. Salmonella isn't a worry as there are no eggs and the flour is heat treated to avoid any nastiness there. There are vegan recipes too. You can get it put in an icecream cone and there are other options to have half of one and half of another in a pot and the shop even offers a glass of milk but we were happy with our little tubs to eat a little in the shop and take the rest home. You can also order from Naked Dough on Deliveroo if you're in London.

As you can see from the pictures, the shop is the most instagrammable place ever complete with pink counters, potted plants, a wall mural, giant inflatables and a pillar covered in polaroids. The atmosphere is also so laid back and friendly. They asked Will to chose a song for them to play and the staff were full of energy. I'm so glad we went while we could because the pop-up shop is temporary and only opened in 2017, so visit while you still can! Head to their website at for more cookie dough excitement.

It was the perfect ending to a perfect day - even though we almost missed our trains and had to say goodbye to each other again (sigh). Every time I visit London, I’m surprised by a) how big it is and b) how much it has to offer. The possibilities are endless for a day in London and most of our day was spontaneously planned and I wouldn’t change a second of it. Thank you Will for an amazing day.

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