These days it's hard to find a good coffee, or even a coffee shop that is consistently good. Here are five spots for a good coffee in London.
Espresso Room The capacity of this tiny spot makes it hard to allow double digits, but it's a cute little space. The choice of food and drink is minimal with just espresso-based coffees, a soup of the day, a sandwich or two and a few baked goods, but the people of London still seem to enjoy it all.
You can find the Espresso Room at 31-35 Great Ormond St, London WC1N 3HZ
Notes is a popular and attractive spot for coffee, lunch and snacks close to Trafalgar Square and the Coliseum. Notes do their own roasting, with a result of creating great coffee. Being located in a busy area, this spot is never empty, however never quite overwhelmingly busy either.
Notes is located at 31 St Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4ER Although, they do have a few branches around.
Workshop Coffee Co Better known for its coffee, which is also roasted on site, Workshop Coffee Co is now serving food into the evening. So perhaps a coffee in the afternoon can lead to a delicious meal for dinner. Located in a convenient spot not far from Farringdon station, this one is a must.
The Workshop Coffee Co is at 27 Clerkenwell Road, London EC1M 5RN
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Urban Social Coffee and juice galore at this little gem. With tasty crepes, sweet and delicious waffles and lovely ice creams available also. You can expect the food to always be fresh and the beverages to be perfect every time.
You can find Urban Social at Whiteleys Shopping Centre, 151 Queensway, London W2 4YN
Highbury Arts Club By day it's a coffee shop but when night falls it turns into a tapas joint. There's art, live music and comedy featured as well. The coffee comes from Square Mile, with brunches served with Australian and Spanish inspirations.
Highbury Arts Club is found at 73 Highbury Park, London N5 1UA