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by Nathan Howard (subscribe)
Nathan Howard. I'm a second year student living in London. I like to share my experiences with other's to inform them on London and what it has to offer!
Published July 5th 2017
If Starbuck's doesn't quite cut it for you, then join me as we explore some of London's best coffee shops...
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Damson & Co
Damson & Co Is a quirky coffee shop located in the central and lively hub of Soho. This small store sells light bites as well as their fabulous hot beverages. With Its wooden booths and rustic interior, It's packed with character for those wanting a much quirkier place to sip their coffee. Toppings and over the top drinks aren't served here… but what is served are a range of traditional and standard coffee's, expertly made and will truly awaken the taste buds and give you that quick caffeine fix you need.

Monmouth Coffee Company
This small chain of coffee stops in London is perfect for those on the go. A visit to one of their three central shops will have you taste their freshly made coffee that roasts its own beans. Think cosy, casual and convenient but without the sacrifice of a good quality coffee bean. With a selection of cakes made fresh each morning too, why not take a seat and take a break? With Monmouth Coffee shops in Covent Garden, Bermondsey and Borough Market there's bound to be one by you!

Notes is a fine coffee and wine bar in Victoria and is suited to those wanting a heartfelt welcome and relaxed period of time spent here. With offerings of classic books and red wine, Notes has a range of extra's to help you get the most out of your stay. With pastries as little as £2 to accompany your coffee, this place is a lovely sophisticated venue with great value prices.
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