peyton and byrne – have a stroll around covent garden and drop by for your caffeine fix and pick up some of their famous pastries while at it. attendant – sipping on your cuppa joe by porcelain urinals – it doesn’t get more attractive than that.
tap coffee no.193 – it’s hard to miss.
notes – located right by the national gallery it’s a perfect spot to get your artsy pants on. well, after the coffee that is.
primrose bakery – cos cupcake : love.
timberyard – where all the freelancers in town gather to be anti-social.
bill’s – i would be lying if i say this wasn’t our second choice because the queue was too long at the breakfast club a block away.
kaffeine – right up my alley.
the wallace collection – when in rome do as the romans do, si?
the breakfast club – avoid weekends. avoid peak hours. other than that, so worth it. wait, does this place have anything to do with the movie?
nude espresso – calm your hip soul down after a stroll along brick lane.
le pain quotidien – well, i should’ve known that borough market is closed on sundays.
fernandez & wells – upset about the fact that ‘david’ by michelangelo in victoria and albert museum which you thought was real for a second but realized it’s only a plater cast? well, me too. just cross over and grab yourself a nice cup of coffee. life is suddenly all better.