Get the best coffee in London
The London community of artisan roasters and independent shops is ever-growing and competition is as fierce as ever. Check these beauties out and pop in to The London Coffee Festival in Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane between 28th - 31st of March.
This is the latest addition to Eiichi Kunitomo’s group of cafes which started as a one-man operation in Tokyo in 2011. Shops opened up in Hong Kong, Bangkok , Singapore and London was chosen as their first European branch. The inside space is one of the most Zen places to get a cup of coffee in Central London.
Omotesando Koffee, Rathbone Square, Fitzrovia
The Monocle Café
Well located on Chiltern Street in Marylebone with black-and-white striped façade, beautiful crowd around and Allpress coffee with Swedish buns from Fabrique. Each coffee is served with a tiny chocolate – something to remember.
The Monocle Café, 18 Chiltern Street, Marylebone
Their coffee is apparently addictive and you can subscribe to their monthly delivery service and you will get a bag through the door together with a small card explaining where your coffee comes from. It is more take away place but you can also relax with a book in a small communal space in the back.
80 Mortimer Street, Fitzrovia
Jacob the Angel
Tiny cool coffee place in Neal’s Yard serves a great brew with delicious food. Trendy white brick walls, coconut cream pie and coffee from Square Mile roasters all contribute to a beautiful coffee experience.
16 ½ Neal’s Yard, Seven Dials
Coffee Plant first started as a coffee-roasting/magazine-publishing mixture. Magazine is now gone but coffee is still going strong. Best macchiato in the West London keep people talking and you can purchase your organic coffee beans here too.
180 Portobello Road, Notting Hill