London’s best coffee shops

Exploring the city, delving into new cultures and meeting new people are just a few exciting things to look forward to when you go travelling. But if you’re a foodie like me, then you’re probably looking forward to trying and tasting new and exciting dishes.

Bea's of Bloomsbury

In India, you can tickle your taste-buds with spicy curries, in Spain, you can try fresh seafood paella, and in the UK, you can lock your lips around a traditional English roast dinner or check out the latest coffee joints in the city.

And if you’re visiting London from abroad, you’ve probably already booked your flights, made your online hotel reservations, and even perhaps purchased some London travel guides online as well. You are sure to be looking forward to exploring all the sites, from Big Ben to Tower Bridge. There’s a lot of walking to be done and if you’re a coffee lover like me, you’d be happy to know, that there are many nice nooks for coffee too.

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So explore, take photos, and once you get tired, make sure you check these coffee shops out. Here are London’s best Coffee Shops, which you must not miss..

1. Bea’s of Bloomsbury

This quaint cafe ia truly dedicated to the art of coffee-making, so make sure you make the most of it by ordering a latte so you can watch the coffee barrister make those beautiful swirls in the milk. In addition, the cakes at Bea’s of Bloomsbury are spectacular to look at, as well as eat.

Address: 44 Theobalds Road, WC1X 8NW

the espresso room

2. Dose Espresso

This cafe is famed for its ethically-sourced quality coffee which grinds its good beans in a La Marzocco espresso machine. The smell is gorgeous as you walk into the cafe which is enough to get you craving a cup of coffee. It’s a popular place, but it is certainly worth the wait for a coffee.

Address: 70 Long Lane, EC1A 9EJ

3. The Espresso Room

This tiny coffee house just goes to show that size doesn’t matter; it has won Time Out’s award for Best New Coffee Bar and is a delightful little place to visit. In addition, you can enjoy your coffee with some traditional Brit-style treats.

Address: 31-35 Great Ormond Street, WC1N 3HZ

Comments

  1. yay, enough good coffee to help keep us awake and alert while exploring this wonderful city :D

  2. Everything slows down when looking at the photos.. I always thought tourist would happily just go to harrolds .

  3. aiyah and i just came back from London! aiks

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