Cookies and Scream - Drayton Park

  • Bakery Bakery
  • Vegan
    ( 15 reviews )
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130 Holloway Rd (at Drayton Park), North London, England, N7 8JE

Second outlet of this vegan bakery and sweets cafe. Offers cookies and brownies, hot drinks and shakes. Small and informal with table and counter seating. Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-8:00pm, Sat-Sun 11:00am-8:00pm.

15 Reviews

First Review by Richard Ross

Best Vegan Milkshakes - Edit

They make the absolute best vegan milkshakes out there. This is such a fantastic place. We like the horror punk/1950's malt shop vibe and the great selection of vegan desserts. If you're in London maybe skip lunch and just have some dessert at Cookies and Scream instead. Good portion sizes. Good Value. Great taste.

Pros: Best Vegan Milkshakes, Horror Punk 1950's Malt Shop, Friendly staff

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delicious! - Edit

First time visiting and we weren’t disappointed! Everything was so delicious it was hard to choose a favorite. Definitely recommend!

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A vegan visit to London is not complete without a visit here - Edit

This place is literally vegan sweet junkfood goals. AND it's gf.

Seriously, everything is amazing, including the staff and the rock'n'roll diner atmosphere.

I can recommend the ice cream shakes, the affogatos, ALL of the cookies, and the cherry pie. Lemon drizzle cake and warm gosh brownie also divine.

To everyone complaining that it's too sweet... it's an ice cream shake with toffee sauce. It's a double chocolate cookie. If you don't like sweet stuff... don't come here?

Pros: Taste, Selection, Everything

Cons: Literally nothing but it's distance from my house

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Vegan Milkshakes - Edit

Great Place That Is 100% Vegan

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The most amazing shakes of my life - Edit

I'll never forget the shakes I ate there. I loved them.
A bit too much for one person but good when shared with a friend.
For the days you want to spoil yourself.

Pros: It's completely vegan, Amazing shakes

Cons: A bit costly

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Sweet - Edit

Had a cookie dough milkshake and a vanilla cookie sandwich (on seperate occasions) and both were delicious, though verging on sickly. The cafe itself is small but a nice place to hang out with friends.

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Lovely place to sit and meet someone - Edit

I visited this second branch as a result of the closure of the first cookies and scream. I didn't realise how much I would love it in comparison to the Camden market one! It has a diner theme, with both tables and booth seats against the counter. I always get a milkshake as they taste amazing. I often get cookies too but I tend to find them a bit grainy. Just amazing food!

Pros: amazing food, amazing decoration, vegan

Cons: can get busy, only small

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Not edible :( - Edit

I tried chocolate cookie and vanilla ice cream and both were so sweet that I felt sick after two bites and had to throw them away :( The flavours were nice tho (cookie veeeery chocolatey) but they should cut the amount of sugar by half. Big disappointment because I love ice creams and chocolate and was really excited to try this famous place.

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Seriously amazing - Edit

So many vegan cookie choice, it's unreal. Absolutely gorgeous flavors. Loved it

Pros: Vegan cookies

Cons: Small venues

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Seriously chocolatey - Edit

As a vegan I've got used to eating desserts that are "almost as good as" the egg/dairy version or completely different from them. But the wookie (a chocolate hazelnut cookie) was neither of those - it was WAAAY better than egg/dairy versions of cookies - a thick, chewy, delicious, slightly salted layer of cookie topped off with hazelnuts and melted chocolate.

The cafe itself is run by a friendly team in a laid-back style american-diner with old film posters adorning the walls.

Definitely worth a trip!

Pros: Moreish delicious cookies, Everything is totally gluten-free and vegan, Friendly and approachable team

Cons: Not especially healthy, Small with minimal seating

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amazing - Edit

Super indulgent and worth checking out! Good range of milkshake flavours which you can put 2 together for even more enjoyment! Cookie dough and salted caramel combo is my go to!!! Brownies, cookie pies, cookies, cakes, donuts! Lots to pick from and all yum. I think about this place a lot!

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Amazing - Edit

My favourite baked goods ever. Very homely, with classic films on at the back. Price reasonable and shop easy to get to. Cannot recommend enough.

Pros: Cake, Reasonable Cost, Broad Selection

Cons: Only has soy milk on offer

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Best vegan gluten-free baked goods - Edit

I've been going to Camden Cookies and Scream for years, but I think this branch is even better. There's seating so you can now eat-in, with real plates, real cutlery etc. and the staff have always been very friendly (can be a bit hit-and-miss in Camden). The selection of baked goods is mixed as they don't always bake more of the most popular items, so it's definitely better to go earlier - I have been known to do a 4 mile walk for a pie that has disappeared in the meantime. My main motivations for going are the apple crumb cake, the banana chocolate chip bread, the ginger cookies and their fruit pies, which are amazing. We always get a milkshake too which is basically a tub of Swedish Glace, blended with whatever flavour you choose, so it's amazingly thick and sugary and awesome. This branch also accepts cards, so no worries about not having any cash.

Pros: Great food, Good service, Adequate seating

Cons: Running out of the best things early!

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Set the Twilight Reeling - Edit

Walking along the Holloway Road after an emphatic Arsenal victory against Stoke City what could be more perfect than to come across a vegan cookie place by chance? This is exactly what happened. Absolutely gorgeous inside. Totally cool as a cucumber. We took a peanut butter and chocolate cookie to go. Let me tell you now it was absolutely sensational. Welcome to the 5 star world of Happy Cow vegan living.

Pros: Great location , Friendly, Vegan goodies

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Delicious sweet treats - Edit

Cookies and Scream at Camden Lock is well known but the great news is they have opened a cafe in Holloway Road, Islington. While I was there I had a cookie and coffee and bought a plum cake to take away. This was truly delicious.

The cafe is small but there is seating at tables and at the bar, Service was very friendly. They have soya milk and I hope they offer other non-cow milks, such as coconut and oat milk, in the future. Some savoury dishes would also be welcome.

At the moment the cafe is open from 10.30am to 7pm but they are still considering what opening times are best.

Pros: Delicious cakes, Friendly service, Welcoming atmosphere

Cons: Only soya milk available

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