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by Maria K (subscribe)
Postgraduate student based in London.
Published October 2nd 2016

The first branch opened by the Press & Co, Fleet Street Press is an artsy café in Central London. It opens at 6:30 am which makes it a great spot for early birds on their way to work.

Apart from the obvious location convenience, here is a list of reasons to try it:

Great coffee
Possibly, the most important thing that coffee-drinkers seek in a location. Yes, the coffee is good indeed and comes in a variety of forms and tastes. If you take some time to drink in, rather than opting for takeaway, you will most likely receive a piece of beautiful coffee art on your latte.

The design and atmosphere in Fleet Street Press are perfect for those who prefer to do some work over a cup of coffee, and it is a good alternative to good old Starbucks.

The café offers various sorts of coffee for purchase, as well as a lot of cool gadgets for advanced coffee fans. Bonus — the artworks that you see downstairs are for sale too.

The ground floor tables of Fleet Street Press overlook the majestic building of Royal Court of Justice. You can relax, looking at the busy street in front of you.

Be aware, the place is very crowded in the lunch time, so it's best to check some alternatives beforehand.
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Why? Great coffee in Central London
Where: 3 Fleet Street, EC4Y 1AU, London
Cost: around 2.5£ for a cup
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