MADD offers a unique range of snacks and desserts using sweet succulent Mango as a key ingredient, sourced from the best that are seasonally available. The Soho ha... show more
MADD offers a unique range of snacks and desserts using sweet succulent Mango as a key ingredient, sourced from the best that are seasonally available. The Soho haven provides the ultimate desserts & drinks experience. Indulge yourself...you'd be MADD not to! show less
53 Rupert Street, London W1D 7PH
- Piccadilly Circus Tube Station (0.2 km)
- Leicester Square Station (0.4 km)
- Contact us:
020 7221 2134
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- Opening hours:
Mon-Thu: 07:00-23:00, Fri: 07:00-00:00, Sat: 11:00-00:00, Sun 11:00-23:00
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10 reviews of MADD in English
A Mango crazy smoothie joint, with a small selection of cocktails featuring Mango as the star ingredient.
The booze brought us here and while I generally prefer to do my drinking in much less well lit venues it made for a slightly surreal but fun departure from the norm.
I hate to say that I really wasn’t impressed when I came here the other day. I actually went in with no prior knowledge that this shop is all about mango, if I had I might have actually bought a mango-based treat instead of what I did get! I was in the mood for cupcakes and as I like to try different shops for them, I bought an Oreo cupcake. Bad choice. The icing itself was quite nice, really fluffy and not too sweet. But the cake didn’t fit the ‘Oreo’ flavour. I tasted hints of cinnamon in the cake that just ended up being weird. It seemed like they made an attempt at ‘filling’ the centre of the cake with chocolate, but it was a mess and didn’t taste very nice. The texture of the cake itself was too dry for my liking.
The only reason I didn’t give it 1 star is because after reading the reviews I realised this place is all about the mangos, and I’m willing to give it another try if the mango based treats are better.
What great place!! What great concept. I was there to film and interview the mango people.. It was all full of colours, lights and music.. I was there for good 2-3 hours and got some really nice stuff on my camera. The tarts/brownies/smoothies/shakes everything there is mouth watering!
Staff is super cool! They first greeted me with a “chocolate shock” yep that’s the name of a dessert :D and I can’t put it in words how good it was.. Mind blowing
Fun place to hang out.. They have got UNO and other games just to hold the crowd and enjoy even more!
Not to forget the mango tart and chocolate brownie which I was given on my way back.. Finger licking stuff. After watching all the footage on my camera it just makes me wanna go back to this place and give the place a 5star.
I’m def. going to do that and recommend you all to go and experience the mango madness as well.. Simply loved it!
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I discovered MADD after buying one of those voucher deals. What excellent value it turned out to be. One Mango madness dessert, two herbal teas, a mango mousse, chocolate tart and three cupcakes to take away for £10 (£25 value).
The Mango madness combo absolutely hit the spot. The creaminess of the panna cotta and mango pudding together with the chewiness of the sticky rice and the varied bitesize fruit made a winning combination.
Really cosy inside with plenty of seating, and some pretty awesome staff too.
Well done guys – you’re doing a great job.
For pictures, please go to http://chopstix2steaknives.blogspot.com/2011/07/madd-cafe...
What do you do when you crave something sweet? There had been quite a few more options popping up such as the like of Bubbleology, Boba Jam and the recently discovered Candy Cafe. Another one that caught my eye was MADD Cafe. Serving and dedicating themselves to one ingredient: Mango! Hey, who says dessert can't be healthy eh?
I've been to MADD twice recently once after a really stuffed dinner and once for a girls catch up.
I got the mango pudding the first time. It took some serious resisting and persuasion from my friend that I can’t possible go for the whole works since the point of us not having dessert at our earlier dinner place was because we were too full! So it was the mango pudding that was selected.
Back to the café, the counter and the sweet offerings are at the entrance, you make your selection and pay and walk towards the back after which opens into quite a huge area.
There are tables and chairs all around with many of them occupied with play sets such as chess board, monopoly, cards and the likes. They even offer wifi. It comes across as perhaps a place for students to haunt.
Mango Pudding £5.90
My mango pudding arrives and it comes with a serve of pudding set in a square dish, fresh mangoes cut into cubes, mango ice cream, mango raspberry coulis drizzled over a nest of blueberries, strawberries and kiwi and to finish, a squirt of whipped cream on the side!
Relatively healthy I would say. The mango pudding was decent enough, it didn’t have the smooth and silky texture I was looking for but then I am not in a Michelin or top notch place either. The ice cream was a different story though, it was deliciously good. Packed full of flavour and it was creamy. The fresh mangoes were sweet and juicy and you can’t really go wrong with fruits for dessert.
The next time that I was here, I came with a sticky rice fan friend and we both came prepared with empty tummies. This time, we were going for the whole works which was the Mango Madness.
Mango madness £8.50
The Mango Madness combines all their various selections into one. So you get panna cotta + mango pudding + sticky rice + mixed fruit + fresh mangoes. You don’t get mango ice cream with this but something has to give.
This HIT the spot! The sticky rice was perfumed with coconut and was the right consistency of stickiness and al dente. The panna cotta and mango pudding were decent and fruits to finish is always good.
Semi-healthy dessert and definitely a great place for mango lovers. I am not mango crazy but I enjoyed my desserts here very much. If you’re looking for a place next time for some dessert, give MADD a go!
I ventured into the colourful, contemporary, mango-obsessed world of MADD at lunchtime today, after trundling past it en route to and from Charing Cross several times a week since it first opened in March. Although they've only been open a matter of months, they already have a dedicated set of regulars, as well as a bustling weekend trade (mainly made up of intrigued tourists).
I was hesitant about a menu revolving around mango being on the scant side, but at MADD they've got a long list of tropical delights, combining fresh fruit with additional ingredients including mascarpone, coconut sticky rice, creamy sago and crunchy crumble - to name only a few.
Highlights include the layered MADD crunch, served sundae-style and tasting like a deliciously indulgent breakfast treat, but without any synthetic ingredients, and made using low-fat yoghurt and as little sugar as possible, meaning it tastes delicious but is still relatively sin-free. More, please!
With my sidline in dad jokes, if I owned this place I would definitely whack up a You don't have to be MADD to work here, but it helps sign. Thankfully, I don't.
This snazzy new outlet has gone in hard on the mango angle, close to the exclusion of anything else. So it's a relief that they pull it off so majestically with all sorts of options for the mango affianado, everything from the fantastic sharing plate complete with panna cotta, the long and crunchy crumble - great breakfast option, mango breakfast fans - to the healthy as helium fresh chunks of fruit, sliced and swimming with tasty abandon in a sea of succulent juice (or coconut milk if preferred).
The setting is modern and minimal,non-mango-related tea and coffee are also served and there is a regular selection of international board games, on regular turnover, to further an already excellent experience.
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