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Lola’s Cupcakes arrive at London City Airport

09/05/2016

Following on from their recent successes in Piccadilly Circus, Chancery Lane and Camden Town, Lola’s Cupcakes are proud to announce their newest store opening at London City Airport in the Departures Lounge.

Scheduled to open its cart doors soon, Lola’s Cupcakes will be offering a range of delectable regular and tiny cupcakes, including an exclusive London City Airport cupcake.

Customers will also have the option to click and collect their online orders from this store; ideal for those ready to jet off with their treats.

Using only the finest ingredients, Lola’s handcraft cupcakes and cakes fresh every day from their London bakery, ensuring that customers only receive the highest quality product. Their continued success has given the company scope to expand their ranges, including the launch of their free from collection which includes vegan, wheat free and sugar free options.

Originally starting in 2007, Lola’s Cupcakes has grown rapidly with a flagship store in Mayfair, multiple locations in TFL stations, international franchisees in Tokyo, France and the Middle East and concessions in Selfridges and Topshop.

Small in size but huge in variety, Lola’s Cupcakes pop up cart in London City Airport is guaranteed to be a go-to for all those cupcake needs, should this be for a special occasion, to wow at a business meeting or if you fancy treating yourself!

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