Fancy a bite-sized burst of watermelon, a Ferrero Rocher with a twist and a teeny tipple of Champagne whipped up with white chocolate?
Then make a pre-Tube stop off at L’Orchidee , Canary Wharf’s latest haven for those with a sweet tooth.
The brand’s handmade range of macaron has taken over the space formerly filled by Bobbi Brown’s pop up, switching shelves of cosmetics for cakes, coffee and the meringue treats.
Eye-catching flavours including summer fruits, salted caramel, peanut butter mixed up with the tradition egg white and almond powder.
L’Orchidee co-founder Elias Dayub told The Wharf: “It’s about doing classical products and mixing it with trendy, quirky new flavours that people love.
“Ferrero Rocher is timeless - but when you put it in a macaron you take it to the next level and it stops being a classical patisserie and gives it that wow factor.
“Watermelon is super popular - it’s an exotic flavour and the look of it is like a watermelon - and the best part is it tastes like one.
“It’s about people trying them and giving them a chance.”
The dinky delights are sold individually or packaged up in a range of L’Orchidee gift boxes.
Crunchy, chewy mouthfuls don’t float your boat? Then pick up a slab of pretty rainbow cake or munch into Black Magic, an impressive chocolate bomb packed up to take home.
Those fond of savoury stuff can indulge in freshly baked focaccia, olive sticks and jalapeno and corn muffins.
And the shop’s location - just steps from the tube in Canada Place Mall - means you can grab a morning coffee with your goodies on the way to the office.
Macarons priced at £1.90 each with gift boxes of eight starting at £15.