The Cake Shop is located at 123-127 Avenue 4, The Covered Market, Oxford OX1 3DZ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Cake Shop and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Emily Buehler

3 Google Rating

The decorations are very cute on the small cakes but it terms of taste, it isn't great (extremely su

3/ 5

The decorations are very cute on the small cakes but it terms of taste, it isn't great (extremely sugary because of the layers of fondant and a fruit cake is inside which I personally am not a fan of). More appealing visually than anything else, but wouldn't recommend the tiny show cakes for their flavours. Specially made cakes or those with a sponge may be tastier.

stella pledge

5 Google Rating

Thank you for the cake that was made for our daughters 50th birthday. It looked nice and was absol

5/ 5

Thank you for the cake that was made for our daughters 50th birthday. It looked nice and was absolutely delicious and enjoyed by all the guests at the party. Would highly reccomend you.

Sue Richardson

5 Google Rating

We were looking for a 'Thank you' gift for our daughter who was looking after the dog while we were

5/ 5

We were looking for a 'Thank you' gift for our daughter who was looking after the dog while we were away. Saw the beautiful cakes in the shop window, including small, individually decorated cakes with personal messages on them so went in, chose an iced sponge cake and asked for a personal message. This was done immediately and for free! Wish we lived closer as I would love to come back. Thank you! (She loved it by the way!)

Dan Bryant

5 Google Rating

I ordered a red velvet cake with a few words on it. They were really helpful with suggestions to imp

5/ 5

I ordered a red velvet cake with a few words on it. They were really helpful with suggestions to improve the finish and make the cake 10x better than I had pictures in my head. You can also see them baking and adding the final touches through the shop window. They also have loads of pre-made cakes to take away. Every time I go nearby there are loads of people looking in through the windows as the staff working.

K W

5 Google Rating

Fantastic designs, cakes taste great, and reasonable prices. Very helpful staff.

5/ 5

Fantastic designs, cakes taste great, and reasonable prices. Very helpful staff.

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