Mrs Kibble’s Olde Sweet Shoppe

Posted on November 30th, 2007 in Places To Visit by Stephanie

If you have a sweet tooth like me, then you will be pleased to hear that I came across a little old fashioned sweet shop today in Soho.  Mrs Kibble’s Olde Sweet Shoppe sells all your childhood favourites – cola cubes, lemon bonbons, candy necklaces, rosy apples, dib dabs… you name it!  After spending quite a while looking at everything they had to offer (I’m an indecisive Librian), I ended up buying some coconut ice and pistachio turkish delight.  Was disappointed to find out that they didn’t have any chocolate lollies though (the boiled sweet kind) but after searching the net have found an online retailer A Quarter Of which stocks them!  :-)

Mrs Kibble’s Olde Sweet Shoppe Address: 57a Brewer Street, London W1F 9UL
Opening Times: 11am – 6pm (Mon – Thurs), 11am – 7pm (Fri, Sat) 11am – 4pm (Sun)

Mrs Kibble’s Olde Sweet Shoppe

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Comment by Matt
2007-12-02 14:58:11

I love the nostalgia and feel..not to mention the taste of these little candy shops. Don’t see many of these around so the ones that are left standing have great products

Comment by Paris Hotels
2007-12-02 16:59:16

That’s a really nice store!

Comment by Jodi
2007-12-03 20:50:43

I love this shop. I go whenever I’m in London and if I have friends that are visiting London I get them to go for me and bring me some rhubarb custards. It’s a great shop.

Comment by boxing gloves
2007-12-04 00:26:19

Would love to visit that place someday.

Comment by Background Search
2007-12-05 00:49:27

This place is definitely awesome. Wall to wall jars of fudge, toffee, marzipan fruits and my favorite — sugar mice! I’m glad you found an online retailer, I’m going to have to make a purchase…

Comment by Voip Mobile Phone
2007-12-07 08:17:21

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm……Its good but the main point is that they don’t have chocolate dishes ……….rest all things are ok………..

2007-12-07 18:39:36

A great Post, And a comprehensive information about that shop, I like it.

Comment by Letting Agents
2007-12-11 11:26:09

I haven’t seen a shop like this for years, there used to be one round the corner from me in Southampton, always used to get sweets on my way to school with my dinner money, god I miss them!!

Comment by HDTV Reviews
2007-12-11 13:13:59

I like Ras Gulla or Rassgula is the most popular dessert from Orissa and Bengal (INDIA). The sweets are balls made of unripened cheese or cottage cheese soaked in sugar syrup.

Comment by Its Crazy Delicious
2007-12-13 15:00:15

I just love sweets!! Nice post!
Its Crazy Delicious

Comment by bridget
2008-02-04 00:36:42

do you know if you can order from this store on-line? Thank you in advance

Comment by People PC Online
2008-04-16 08:29:00

I am not entering that store… it’s dangerous in there… all those sweets… yummy-yummy… my precious, my precious… diet.

2008-05-12 15:36:48

OMG! I’m totally visiting this shop when I come over to visit my sis in London. 😀

Comment by Cheap Ipods
2008-11-19 02:15:09

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2009-03-02 20:29:51

i have a very sweet tooth, find it hard to cut back at times!!

Comment by vouchers
2009-04-07 12:42:44

My other half has nad to reduce her sweet intake and she is like someone being deprived of heroin:)


Comment by Barbara
2009-07-29 03:04:48

I have been to Mrs. Kibble’s shoppe, and I adore it! It is absolutely amazing–every kind of candy you can imagine–and I can’t wait to go back and visit it again. For those of you who know Harry Potter, I think of it as a Muggle Honeydukes! :)

Comment by Atlanta Lawyer
2009-12-08 20:04:55

That store is a small slice of paradise. Love the retro assortment of candies. Wonder if they have an online store as I would definitely order from them frequently.

2010-02-22 14:37:26

this place is really useful , i visited so many places but i can find any site like this . its awesome .. fiinally i got a place where i can enjoy my self by searching so many things :)

2010-02-22 14:42:59

it is really useful shop .. i can see so many tasty deserts are available here.. i am the person who can even die for sweets 😛 lolz . anyways i was searching from so long time back. and now finally i got a place where i can see so many deserts :)

Comment by ukhotdeals
2010-03-06 09:57:06

I Would like to visit that place someday.

Comment by Discount Codes
2010-06-15 23:03:15

A great post and a comprehensive information about the shop, nice and simple. Keep up the good work!

Comment by Jessica
2010-06-30 17:49:41

my names Jessica Kibble! maybe we are related 😛

Comment by Annonces moto
2010-08-28 08:05:05

great post very interesting, thanks

2010-09-06 15:31:55

Great article. Thanks for sharing information with us, this blog is very interesting, I learn a lot of things.

Comment by Aida Kreuzfahrt
2011-01-16 18:39:10

I have lived in London for half a year and been twice to Mrs Kibble – really nice place.

2011-02-05 22:37:05

Wooow .. it is so charming..

Comment by Money Saving Mom
2011-02-28 03:51:51

Awesomely cool candy shop. Nostalgia to the max!

Comment by Kreuzfahrt buchen
2011-03-22 12:59:38


2011-07-14 07:28:47

I would like to try those sweets from that sweet shop. Looks so delicious.

Comment by Gareth
2011-08-04 15:01:48

I’ve been past this shop so many times but its always closed :( I always seem to go past when im drunk

Comment by Rachel
2011-11-27 13:39:19

That shop used to be the anything lefthanded shop and my mum and I went there many years ago because we didn’t realise the old shop had closed down and found this brilliant sweet shop instead. It is probably the best sweet shop I have ever been to.

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