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Prt E wrote a review Sep 2018
Bristol, United Kingdom68 contributions36 helpful votes
I remember this store when I was a child and as I grew up I still continued to return. I am gutted that last time I visited the down stairs was no longer open, the store is therefore smaller and less on offer. Shame.
Date of experience: December 2017
lindakatarina wrote a review Jul 2016
Brussels, Belgium169 contributions48 helpful votes
I visit Cybercandy whenever I go to London. For me it is an excellent place to buy Jelly Beans without having to go outside of the centre to places like Harrods. They stock an impressive amount of candy and snacks from all over the place, as well as Root Beer!
Date of experience: July 2016
Alan L wrote a review Jun 2016
185 contributions26 helpful votes
When we first visited this shop it had a basement full of jelly bellies but the basement has been closed for sometime now and the jelly bellies are have moved upstairs meaning there is less choice of the other sweets (in my opinion). I would normally spend around £20 in the shop, spearmint altoids, jolly ranchers but today I couldn't find any of my favourites. Just got a single twinkle (at an extortionate price) and some lollies (which were so old I couldn't get the wrappers off them and they really soft) I loved this shop, it's starting to fade now I feel. …
Date of experience: June 2016
Klas B wrote a review Feb 2016
Sollentuna, Sweden132 contributions24 helpful votes
Don't go out of your way... The basement was closed when we visited the shop. Nothing special really. Bought son candy for the kids and were on our way!
Date of experience: February 2016
cg2792 wrote a review Nov 2015
England, United Kingdom2,521 contributions291 helpful votes
Always pop in here if I am in this area of London. Have lots of unusual sweets that you wouldn't usually find in ordinary shops/sweet shops!
Date of experience: February 2015