Cinnabon (UK) Reviews
Newest Review: ... at West Quay Southampton and one outside Legoland). As the stores are franchise, hopefully there might be more opening in the near future. The only store I have ever visited is the one just off Trafalgar Square, next to the "Ripley's Believe it or Not" attraction. It is a small shop and despite a few posters outside you might not notice it's there if it wasn't for the tantalizing smell that lingers on the pavement. If you go in, you will be faced with a limited range of products, all of them variations of the "classic "cinnamon roll. My choice is easily made. I go for the "classic" every time but one could ea... more
Customer Cinnabon (UK) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/04/12 (Very useful, 246 readings)
Those of you lucky enough to have travelled to the USA may have come across CINNABON and their famous CINNAMON ROLLS. First created in 1985, CINNABON is now a well known chain that you can find in many American malls and airports. My good friends in New-England introduced me to these delightful pastries a few years ago and this is how my quest for Cinabon started. There are 3 CINNABON stores in the UK situated in London, Cambridge and Lakeside shopping center. (There used to be one at West Quay Southampton and one outside Legoland). As the stores are franchise, hopefully there might be more opening in the near future. The only store I have ever ... Read the complete review
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