They really do have good coffee, they roast and make their own and has a very rich and robust flavor. Great place, nice ambience, friendly barista and staff in general and the place is always buzzing. In general, the coffees are decently priced, and they also have a range of pastrie sand organic teas that seems interesting. They roast their own beans and have interesting information about the roasting process and a cool setup in store which makes it seem extra special.
Great coffee and very nice atmosphere. Informal and with character. There's free wifi. This coffee shop is a wonderful addition to Forest Hill. It's got a really relaxed bohemian feel, amazing cakes, isn't too expensive.
This café dedicated to unusual bowls of cereal. Sure, there are healthy options, but the real fun's in its massive range of wacky neon-coloured foreign cereals and selection of toppings that includes peanut butter chips and freeze-dried marshmallows. Be warned, though, you may want to visit on a weekdays as queues can stretch round the corner on weekends. MENU
This coffee shop offers reasonably priced and ethically traded coffee and cakes. With coffee and tea ranging from 1.50- 2.10 and a special offer of coffee with a cookie or tart for only 2.50, it is a good place to have a pit-stop in Greenwich and makes a welcome change from the Starbucks across the road.
Gorgeous little secret nook to take someone on a coffee date or to read a book. The decor is a mixy matchy and really eclectic and right around the corner from Angel station. They serve salads, soups, sandwiches, cakes and a good selection of teas and coffees. The art house style decor is lush and in the summer it's really lovely to sit outside and take it all in.
Unlimited peanut butter on toast. That's probably the most important thing about this hang-out space for artsy types (it calls itself 'a treehouse for grown-ups', rather than a café). Instead of paying for what you eat or drink, you're charged 5p a minute to be there, thus making you a 'micro tenant' who's free to use the facilities as you wish. There's a full kitchen with espresso machine, teas and other sweet snacks (did we mention the peanut butter and toast?), plus a selection of records to play and books to read. The fun, creative crowd it attracts make it a bit like hiring an Airbnb property that comes with its own supercool live-in buddies
Ozone sets the benchmark for phenomenal coffee. Artisanal, fair trade coffee, roasted to perfection and brewed as per your method of choice is perfectly at home here. The beans keep changing with the passing seasons and one constantly discovers new flavours of awesomeness. Beautiful light-filled space with spacious wood countertops and benches facing the window.
A great cappuccino. Cute location. Easily top five in London. I think you'll struggle to find better coffee in London than the stuff you get at this place. Tomtom is a nice cafe for a hearty brunch and tea, or coffee or hot chocolate
At this drop-in icing café, you buy one of the seasonal range of biscuits (say, flowers and hearts for springtime), the waiter or waitress quickly explains the basics of icing and then you're free to use the colourful range of sugary decorations to beautify your biscuit. Be warned, though: to leave you'll have to walk past the phenomenal range of chocolates, cakes and sweet treats upstairs in the beautiful neo-Parisian boutique. Good luck resisting buying the whole shop up.
Their supplier is Square Mile Roasters, Based in London, their coffee is ethically sourced, carefully roasted and delivered in reusable buckets. Their blend changes with the seasons to ensure that it is always fresh and representative of the best coffees around. A seriously tiny cafe absolutely brimming with delicious cakes, cookies, and pastries; rich, fresh, ethically-sourced coffee and the teeniest tables ever!
If you want great coffee and don't mind not having much space to sit and work, you will love Kaffeine. Their service is great, the sweat treats like the Portuguese tart are tasty and the coffee certainly worth a trip. This place serves excellent coffee (if you like Square Mile) and it's very popular indeed, that's completely clear when you walk in to find no-where to sit and people standing in line even at 3.00pm waiting to be served. MENU
Healthy and delicious, charming veg restaurant. Gluten free and vegan options, and reasonably priced. Cash Only. This is one of those little gems in central London that consistently serves great "home" style food at an affordable price. Yes the menu is small but it's always different and always awesome! A very unassuming restaurant tucked away in Covent Garden on Neal Street. The staff are friendly and patient. MENU
If you're serious about your coffee, you've got to give them a try! These guys really know their coffee. The beans are Square Mile and are bought in reusable buckets instead of the bags. Hands down some of the best coffee in London. Smack in the middle of the Strutton Ground Market,
This stylish restaurant is located in the One Aldwych Hotel, near several West End theatres. It's situated on two levels, with the bar area overlooking the dining room below. The cuisine is best described as New British, with an emphasis on seasonal ingredients. Fantastic food at an upscale but not uncomfortable eatery. Combining modern art with formal seating and yet creating a relaxed environment, Axis immediately puts people at ease while still offering high quality. Christmas Menu Regular Menu
The small café is unique in featuring fresh handmade organic muffins absent of fillers. IA nice place for those with (and without) gluten intolerance to grab a treat and wander around the marketplace and/or watch those omnipresent street performers! Aside from the muffins, the coffe and tea are great. They boast about their frozen yoghurt and that too is good.