WAVE, Cupcakes and Shhht

WAVE, Cupcakes and Shhht

WAVE, Cupcakes and Shhht

More about WAVE, Cupcakes and Shhht

Australian & Bali inspired 100% vegan cafe and bakery located in Hackney Central. Perfect for brunching, lunching, coffee on the go with a bakery that offers anything from cupcakes to tiered wedding cakes. Offering heaps of gluten free options too and healthy alternatives to food we love.

Key information

Any animals are welcome. We welcome breastfeeding mamas and children of all ages. We have baby changing facilities and plenty of room for privacy on one of our many lounge chairs. Swinging chairs make a great photo opportunity, especially in the summer when all of the glass doors are open to the outside area where we are blessed with heaps of sunlight.

Contact information

Website: www.weareveganeverything.com

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 07734253401

Mobile: 07734253401


11 Dispensary Lane
Mare Street
E8 1FT
United Kingdom


Wheelchair access: Yes

Wheelchair accessible toilet: Yes

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