Bea's is a cutie pie of a shop, with pretty chalkboards, bunting, shabby chic accessories, and more importantly, mountains of home baked goods. This little tea room has personality in abundance, and the staff were just as excited by the cake as I was.
I had the banana loaf. Not much to look at with it's sunken centre, but we all know what happened to that ugly duckling. I trusted in Bea's... This was spicy, moist and utterly delectable!
I took a few pictures of the cake display to give you an idea of the vast range of baked goods Bea's produce on a daily basis. There are cheesecakes, layer cakes, cupcakes, meringues and biscuits. They come in a rainbow of colours and there's something for every preference.
The star of the show has to be their signature small cake; the duffin. I bought one of these to eat on the train home to Manchester. Still full from Patty & Bun I could smell this wonderful little creation in the box... The lovechild of a muffin and a doughnut - this really is one of the best cakes I have ever tasted, and rest assured folks, I eat a lot of cake. If you go, I really must insist that you purchase one of these!
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