london best cafes; even with the help of our best friend google i find it rather difficult to decide on which cafes to try in certain neighborhood when travelling. either there are too many options or not enough convincing ones. while i was in london for couple of weeks i had the chance to some-intentionally-try and some-happen-to-stumble-upon several really cool cafes. just fyi, it was a pure torture sorting through my london photo album. like, somebody please teleport me back?
have a stroll around covent garden and drop by for your caffeine fix and pick up some of their famous pastries while at it.
44 wellington st, london wc2e 7bd, united kingdom
sipping on your cuppa joe by porcelain urinals – it doesn’t get more attractive than that.
27a foley st, london w1w 6dy, united kingdom
it’s hard to miss.
193 wardour st (btwn oxford st & noel st), soho, greater london, w1f 8zf, united kingdom
located right by the national gallery it’s a perfect spot to get your artsy pants on. well, after the coffee that is.
31 st martin’s lane wc2n 4er, united kingdom
cos cupcake : love.
69 gloucester ave, london nw1 8ld, united kingdom
where all the freelancers in town gather to be anti-social.
4 noel street, london, w1f 8gb, united kingdom
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.
36-44 brewer st, london w1f 9tb, united kingdom
right up my alley.
66 great titchfield st, london w1w 7qj, united kingdom
rosie from the londoner anyone?
175 westbourne grove, london w11 2sb, united kingdom
when in rome do as the romans do, si?
hertford house, manchester square, london w1u 3bn, united kingdom
avoid weekends. avoid peak hours. other than that, so worth it. wait, does this place have anything to do with the movie?
33 d’arblay st, london w1f 8eu, united kingdom
calm your hip soul down after a stroll along brick lane.
26 hanbury st, london e1 6qr, united kingdom
well, i should’ve known that borough market is closed on sundays.
15 winchester walk, blows yard, london se1 9ag, united kingdom
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.
8a exhibition rd, london sw7 2hf, united kingdom