Giant chocolate chip cookie £5
Address: 177 West End Lane, London NW6 2LH
20 minute delivery time to NW8 area
First on Towfighi’s Top 3 is Papa John’s, a pizza chain located all around the world. Papa John’s is mostly a delivery and take-out restaurant, so the address of the actual store doesn’t actually matter.
The giant cookie at Papa John’s was world class. To start with the portion size is great. For only £5 you get around a 7 inch, 8 slice well-made cookie. The cookie is very gooey on the inside but doesn’t fall apart when eating it. The end of the cookie where the crust would be on pizza was very crunchy making it seem like a proper pizza slice and not just a cookie cut into a triangle.The cookie pizza also had a perfect cookie dough to chocolate ratio.. The only negative about Papa John’s was on some pieces the crust was too crunchy.
As for the price, Papa John’s had a very reasonable price. Each slice cost around £0.60 which is an insanely reasonable price considering that the cookies tasted excellent and it was a decently good size as well. Compared to Domino’s and Creams it was the cheapest for the amount of food you received.
Overall, the great price and amazing food are why Papa John’s is first on the final ever Towfighi’s Top 3.
Address: 262 West End Lane London NW6 1LJ
15 minute delivery time to NW8 area
Second on Towfighi’s Top 3 is Domino’s, a pizza chain located all around the world. Domino’s is mostly a delivery and take-out restaurant, so the address of the actual store doesn’t matter unless you plan to pick up the food.
As for the food, the cookies were overall very tasty. In the box comes 4 chunky chocolate chip cookies. The dough of the cookies was very crunchy and crispy on the outside but very gooey on the inside. This is a great combination because the cookie had a crunch at the start followed by a tasty warm gooey bite. One thing I would change about the cookie is how long it was cooked for. Although the crunchy outside was nice, it was overcooked making it a bit burnt at the bottom. Also, it was a bit too chocolatey so even though the dough was great you couldn’t taste it as much. Besides that though, the cookie was great.
As for the price, an order of cookies cost £4.99 and there are 4 cookies meaning it costs about £1.20 per cookie. That is a tiny bit overpriced considering the cookies are quite small. The cookies at Papa John’s were around double the size of Domino’s and there were 8 cookies compared to Domino’s 4. Also compared to Papa John’s where you got much more food for the same price, these Domino’s cookies seem overpriced.
Overall the cookies tasted great but the expensive price and the greatness of Papa John’s is why Domino’s falls to second on Towfighi’s Top 3
Cookie Dough Utopia with Milk Chocolate £6.95
Address: 182 Kilburn High Rd, Kilburn,
London NW6 4JD
22 minute delivery time to NW8 area
Last on Towfighi’s Top 3 is Creams Cafe, a cafe that specializes in desserts. Creams Cafe took 22 minutes to deliver to the NW8 area. Unlike Domino’s and Papa John’s, Creams doesn’t have a delivery service so if you plan to order from Creams it has to be done by a delivery app like Deliveroo. On the other hand, you can go to the restaurant as it is a 16-minute tube ride there from St John’s Wood Tube Stop. If you are interested in going to Creams Cafe by tube you go from St Johns Wood to Kilburn Station on the Jubilee Line then walk 10 minutes from the tube to Creams.
As for the food, it was disappointing to say the least. Creams unlike Domino’s and Papa John’s sells cookie dough not cookies. The taste was the worst of the three places as the ratio between cookies and chocolate was completely off. The chocolate could barely be tasted which is very disappointing. Not only that, the cookie itself didn’t have a great taste.
As for the price the restaurant practically mugged us by taking our £6.95 and giving us that atrocious, disgraceful, embarrassment of a cookie.
Overall the bad cookie and high price is why Creams Cafe falls to last on Towfighi’s Top 3.