Jellycat Cafe London: Battersea spot where you really can browse the plushies line while enjoying a cuppa

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For Jellycat fans looking for a themed cafe in the capital, here’s a spot that stocks the beloved plushies line and tea and coffee.

Last year a Jellycat Cafe TikTok went viral and if seeing it made you want to pay it a visit, you’re not alone. The video showed what looked to be a plushie-themed cafe and unsurprisingly caused quite a buzz on the video-sharing platform.

In September a TikTok user uploaded a video that showed viewers around what appeared to be a Jellycat cafe. The clip soon got Jellycat fans excited on TikTok and went on to receive over 2.1 million views less than 24 hours after it was uploaded.

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In the video, an array of Jellycat toys in a cafe-type set-up were seen to be on display, with the setting also shown to serve real hot beverages in branded ‘Jellycat London’ coffee cups.

While fans of the plushie brand based in the capital got excited over a potential London Jellycat cafe, it sadly wasn’t to be.

In response to a fan asking where the featured Jellycat cafe was in the video, the creator admitted it was not actually a real cafe. Despite this, they added no further details about the spot they visited in the post.

Those still looking for a Jellycat cafe experience in the capital may enjoy this Battersea spot. The Pottery Café, based on Northcote Road, has a variety of Jellycat plushies and offers good old tea and coffee.

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As explained on The Pottery Café’s website, it describes its Jellycat stock as "one of the largest selections you’ll find anywhere" and features everything from cosy bears to colourful bunnies. Check out their full details below:

Address: 153 Northcote Rd, London SW11 6QB

Opening hours: Monday 11am-6pm, Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 11am-5pm.

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