- Nicest coffee shop in London?
Tapped and packed, (any of them). Milk bar, foxcroft and ginger, notes (all of them) the attendant, speakeasy, Fernandez and Wells, artigano, store st espresso, Monmouth, timber yard, wild and wood, lantana, caffeine, new row coffee. to name a few.Posted 5 years ago
Not Benugo as the coffee is mediocre (nice sarnies though)crazy-legsSubscriber
Cycling related – Look Mum No Hands and the Rapha Cycling Club are both very good.
http://www.lookmumnohands.com/ (the original place is the Old Street branch, they now have a place over Barbican way too but I’ve not been in there)
Non-cycling – Lantana which is tucked away round the back of Tottenham Court Road: http://lantanacafe.co.uk/about.htmlPosted 5 years agoEl VinoSubscriber
Rapha and Elliot’s on Stoney Street (near Borough Market) tried to push filter on me well past the point where they were accepting of my polite no, Look Mum No Hands or Workshop Coffee on Clerkenwell are both good.
If you want a decent size coffee to take away from Victoria or a couple of the other London stations Camden Food Company is better than the usual chain muckPosted 5 years ago
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