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Cupcake Royale

1101 34th Ave., Seattle, WA - (206) 709-4497
Cupcake Royale's cupcakes are extraordinarily moist and tender, available in flavors that range from plain vanilla to salted caramel. With a cup of Verite coffee or espresso, eating one or a few of these is a sweet, sweet Seattle experience.
50% Approval Rating (4 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Cupcake

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Michael Stern - Photos (9)
Roadfood.com Editor
"Whoever invented the cupcake was a genius, providing eaters the opportunity to have a whole cake of their own without feeling like too much of a pig. Seattle's Cupcake Royale makes the situation even better by offering mini cupcakes as well as full-size ones, thus ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

1101 34th Ave., Seattle, WA
(206) 709-4497

http://www.cupcakeroyale.com/

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Breakfast, Lunch
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
In honor of Elvis Presley's 75th birthday on January 8, 2010, the cupcake of the month was an ode to the King: banana cake with chocolate peanut butter frosting. Cupcake Royale makes regular-size as well as minis, the latter a boon for those who want to sample several flavors.
"In honor of Elvis Presley's 75th birthday on January 8, 2010, the cupcake of the month was an ode to the King: banana cake with chocolate peanut butter frosting. Cupcake Royale makes regular-size as well as minis, the latter a boon for those who want to sample several flavors."
Michael Stern





Be careful. If you hold a cupcake with too strong a grip, or even if you chomp into it willy-nilly, you run the risk of complete cake disintegration. Such tenderness might be a fault in Bakery School, but for me, there's no such thing as a too-delicate cupcake.
"Be careful. If you hold a cupcake with too strong a grip, or even if you chomp into it willy-nilly, you run the risk of complete cake disintegration. Such tenderness might be a fault in Bakery School, but for me, there's no such thing as a too-delicate cupcake."
Michael Stern


A photo of the salted caramel cupcake before it fell apart (above photo). Y-U-M!
"A photo of the salted caramel cupcake before it fell apart (above photo). Y-U-M!"
Michael Stern


Atop the carrot cupcake is classic cream cheese frosting.
"Atop the carrot cupcake is classic cream cheese frosting."
Michael Stern


Chocolate upon chocolate, a devilishly good combination.
"Chocolate upon chocolate, a devilishly good combination."
Michael Stern


Lemon drops and lavenders. Pretty as they were, we found them light on flavor -- an odd situation considering how full-flavored other cupcakes are.
"Lemon drops and lavenders. Pretty as they were, we found them light on flavor -- an odd situation considering how full-flavored other cupcakes are."
Michael Stern


Inside the store in Madrona: a nice place to sit and sip or connect to the internet while spilling crumbs in your keyboard.
"Inside the store in Madrona: a nice place to sit and sip or connect to the internet while spilling crumbs in your keyboard."
Michael Stern


34th Avenue is the main drag in the Madrona neighborhood, which seems like a happy-go-lucky place. Cupcake Royale, somewhat confusingly signed, is at the corner of E. Spring Street.
"34th Avenue is the main drag in the Madrona neighborhood, which seems like a happy-go-lucky place. Cupcake Royale, somewhat confusingly signed, is at the corner of E. Spring Street."
Michael Stern


I kept wondering what it would be like to live near enough this place that I could stop in for cupcakes and coffee any time. Dangerous!
"I kept wondering what it would be like to live near enough this place that I could stop in for cupcakes and coffee any time. Dangerous!"
Michael Stern



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