Café Cloudywaaa

cafe cloudywaaa

Overview

A weekly pop up at the Old Bakehouse on South Street every Saturday between 10am-2pm.

We will be selling a selection of our Japanese sweets alongside loose leaf tea – we will also be giving our customers the ability to custom order and collect on Saturdays! This is launching, this Saturday the 6th March. We also have a monthly pop up at Taguchi-Ya on the last Sunday of every month. Every month we will create an afternoon tea expressing the tastes, textures and sights of each micro season, using celebrated Japanese sweet making techniques and ingredients.

See our website for more details.


Opening Times

Saturday between 10am-2pm


Location


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