There’s cake, and then there’s L’Eto Caffé’s cakes. We’re talking honey cake as thick as a brick, chocolate sponge cake with additional chocolate glazing and rose buds, and a raspberry meringue cake we’d want to frame and eat at the same time. This seriously good Soho spot serves everything from brunch to healthy salads, but the impressive display of cakes that can be seen from clear across the street is the reason you should be here. Whether you sit inside or get a slice to go, your sweet tooth will most definitely be satisfied.
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