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So Soufflé Café

First developed in 18th century France, the soufflé has since been adapted and popularised as a sophisticated French dessert. The word ‘soufflé’ is the past participle of the French verb ‘souffler’. The literal translation is “to breathe” or “to puff”.

This is exactly how the magic happens in their ovens, the soufflés rise until they reach the perfect height and crack in the centre, which means that they are perfectly baked on the top and nice and soft on the inside. Hmm, sounds good, doesn’t it?

At So Soufflé Café they offer customers a fast and convenient way to enjoy this special dessert, available to grab and take home within minutes.

Their unique speciality is the So Soufflé ® original, which is a chocolate soufflé molten in the middle and served with a sprinkle of icing sugar on top. You can also complement it with a side of ice cream for a unique flavour experience.

You can also add an extra topping to it, and don’t worry – they have plenty of choices, so there is something for every taste.

The chocolate soufflé offered in their cafés is So Rich, So Smooth and So Good that they guarantee that you’ll come back for more.

 

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Address

418 Strand
London
WC2R 0PD

Telephone

020 7836 9769

Website

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