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Bubble-Waffles in London: Bufle Launches in Soho

SEEN is delighted to hear that bubble-waffles have come to London. To celebrate the launch of Bufle, Britain’s first bubble-waffle restaurant and cocktail bar, opening all day and late night in Soho, the venue will be offering one of its signature sweet bubble-waffles for just £1.00 (normally priced at £6.99) throughout its opening day on Tuesday 18th July.

The bubble-waffle is a culinary icon from Hong Kong, where it has been enjoyed as street food since the 1950s. It is made from a light golden batter and takes its name from the distinctive ‘bubbles’ that give its unique texture and appearance.

Bufle serves London’s most authentic bubble-waffles and is on a mission to put this cult Asian export on the map in Britain. Each one is made to the traditional recipe, cooked fresh to order, folded into a cone, and served at Bufle with the finest gelato and garnished with a selection of tasty toppings

The bar at Bufle serves bubbles, hard shakes and expertly crafted cocktails, curated by head barmen Tom Campbell and George Cunningham, formerly of Guns & Smoke. Each drink has been designed to be enjoyed on its own or alongside a bubble-waffle, curated with matching and complementing ingredients.

In addition, Bufle will be offering one of its signature sweet bubble-waffles along with a glass of bubbly at just £10.00 for two weeks from the 17th – 31st July all day. What are we waiting for? Make SEEN’s a large Oreo Delight bubble-waffle and be sure the champagne’s chilled.

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www.bufle.co.uk

Bufle
19 Rupert Street
London
W1D 7PA

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