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Updated by Joanna James on Jun 23, 2019
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Best Coffee Houses in London – For the Love a Good Coffee

Coffee drinkers will agree that the quality of the coffee is partial. It is the lingering sensation, the experience and ambience of a special coffee shop that makes one return; London has many.


Fernandez & Wells

A very 'cool' spot, serving 'steaming' mugs of coffee in a laid back atmosphere, Fernandez & Wells have many fans. If copying is the best form of flattery this place has loads; there are many other coffee shops that have tried to imitate the white tiles, mouth-watering fare and coffee that's always 'just right'. Best of all, the place is easy on the wallet. How good is the delivery at Fernandez? A triple ristretto is used resulting in a very fragrant and deep brown coloured coffee that delivers the right flavour and punch.


Urban Tea Rooms

Expect African coffee at its finest when you visit Urban Tea Rooms. The place serves Ethiopian coffee well known for its silky smooth texture. Don't let the name distract you for although a variety of teas are served here the atmosphere is definitely set for serious coffee drinkers. The food is to be reckoned with and excellent when paired with a mug of aromatic coffee. The right place for dining in central London, enjoying a rich coffee and some friendly chatter; Urban Tea Rooms should definitely be on your list of coffee shops to visit.


Monmouth Coffee

Well settled within the folds of Borough Market this is one of London's most popular coffee houses; you can tell by the almost never ending queues at the place. A diverse range of patrons frequent the place littered with aromatic coffee bean sacks and the promise of the perfectly blended mug of joe.



Kaffeine brings the remarkable coffee traditions of New Zealand and Australia to London. The place located in Fitzrovia is minutes from central London attractions and COMO Metropolitan London. Oxford Circus is a three minute walk from this coffee house run as an independent outlet by some talented baristas.


Ginger & White

Just the place to grab some breakfast in London you will find that Ginger & Spice is one of the few child friendly coffee shops of London. With outlets in Soho and Hampstead, the place has an excellent range of British style sandwiches and artsy espresso.


Speakeasy Espresso & Brew Bar

A rather hip little coffee bar this place deviates from the usual 'coffee house' image with some cool vibes, music and exceptional coffee.


Flat White

Harking to Australian and New Zealand heritage, Flat White is loved for its popular 'all-day breakfast' menu. A recommended brunch location with great coffee, the place specialises in lunchtime favourites such as baguettes, sandwiches and good old British toasties; the bagels, by the way, are the best.


Sacred Café

Bringing kiwi and Aussie coffee cultures to central London, Sacred Café is now well established. Serving organic coffee the shop started off in 2005 traversing across many locations before settling for 6 establishments across Central London.

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