Doughnut Time London Review

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Craving a vegan doughnut? Then check out Doughnut Time London, a chain that sells some of the capital’s must innovative, tasty and eye-catching fried dough treats. While it’s not fully vegan, Doughnut Time is known for its ever-changing collection of vegan doughnuts, from traditional glazed varieties to Lotus Biscoff extravaganzas.

David Hassel-Biscoff from Doughnut Time London

About Doughnut Time

Founded in Australia, Doughnut Time opened its first store in London back in 2017. There are now eight branches across the capital that sell quirky, hand-made doughnuts which are delivered fresh every day. Today, the brand even has its own doughnut academy masterclass experiences in London and sells merch online.

Doughnut Time London window display

Doughnut Time’s  window displays showcase a range of doughnuts that draw inspiration from cultural trends and celebs, each one piled high with toppings and  decorations. All their vegan doughnuts are clearly labelled and there’s an ever-changing menu to choose from.

How to visit London Doughnut Time

Doughnut Time is now on Deliveroo and you can check out their menu, locations and contact them via:

Here’s the addresses and opening hours for the eight Doughnut Time stores in London:

Doughnut Time Soho

Address: 96 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 5ED
Doughnut Time opening hours: Wednesday – Thursday: 10am – 6pm, Friday – Saturday: 10-8pm, Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Doughnut time London Bridge

Address: 55Borough High Street, SE1 1NE
Opening hours: Monday: 10am – 6pm, Wednesday – Thursday: 10am – 6pm, Friday – Saturday: 10am – 8pm, Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Westfield Stratford

Address: Montfichet Road, E20 1EJ
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Doughnut Time Notting Hill

Address: 15 Blenheim Crescent, W11 2EE
Opening hours: Wednesday – Friday: 10am-6pm, Saturday: 10am – 8pm, Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Wardour Street

Address: 118 Wardour Street
Opening hours: Tuesday – Thursday: 10am -6pm, Friday – Saturday: 10am – 8pm, Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Doughnut Time Covent Garden

Address: 78 Longacre, WC2E 9NG
Opening hours: Thursday – Sunday: 10am – 8pm

Upper Street

Address: 74 Upper Street
Opening hours: Wednesday – Thursday: 10am – 6pm, Friday – Saturday: 10am – 8pm, Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Doughnut Time Shoreditch

Address: 233b Old Street, EC1V 9HE
Opening hours: Wednesday – Thursday: 10am – 6pm, Friday: 10am – 8pm, Saturday: 12pm – 8pm, Sunday: 10am – 6pm


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Doughnut Time vegan menu

You can view the full menu here but there are usually 12 doughnuts on offer, about half of which are vegan and clearly labelled. Flavours change regularly so there’s often something new to discover, here are some of the current vegan options:

  • Liam Hemsworthy: a red velvet doughnut decorated with cookies and cream frosting, cookie pieces and chocolate drizzle.
  • Apple Crumble & Fitch: with apple pie filling and glazed with caramel sauce and Lotus Biscoff crumbs.
  • The O.G: a classic, original glazed doughnut.
  • David Hassel-Biscoff: filled with Lotus spread and covered in a caramel glaze with vegan caramel buttercream and a Lotus biscuit.

You can see reviews of Doughnut Time (for the Soho branch) on Happy Cow and Tripadvisor, here’s how much they cost:

  • A single doughnut: £4.50
  • Box of 12 doughnuts: £48
  • Box of six doughnuts: £24
  • Box of four: £16

Before you visit or order, take a look online for a Doughnut Time voucher, they’re often available.


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What I love about Doughnut Time

At £4.50 for a pop, Doughnut Time might sound like a pricey option (especially when you can buy six accidentally vegan doughnuts from Co-Op for less than £1) but as an occasional treat, I think it’s well worth the cost. These are no ordinary doughnuts, they’re a substantial size and hand-decorated with premium vegan ingredients.

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I love perusing the colourful window displays and there’s always something new to try. It can be a blow though when one of your faves gets discontinued but the most popular vegan doughnuts like the Liam Hemsworthy and David-Hassel Biscoff (my personal top pick) tend to stick around though. If you’re looking for something to take to a celebration, the boxes are a great option.

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