I decided to venture out for a mid week coffee lunchtime session. I had seen Timberyard pop up on various posts online, and on my London’s Best Coffee app. I thought it was about time I checked it out. Continue reading Timberyard – Seven DialsComments closed
Allpress Espresso is located near Shoreditch High Street Station, on the quiet, but popular Redchurch Street. It is a great place to grab a coffee when passing through, or sit down for a relaxing break.
Ozone Coffee is the must stop spot for a weekend brunch when in Shoreditch. You could even make the detour if passing through Old Street if you wanted. It is just a ‘stone throw’ away from the station, which makes it the perfect meeting place… for those who can struggle out of bed with their weekend hangovers.
I’ve been meaning to write about Climpson & Sons for quite a while now. This being one of my regular spots for coffee, and one of my favourites in London, I have never been sure of where to begin. I suppose there is no time like the present.
This particular visit, I was craving for something to eat, as a very late breakfast, but something that would be an acceptable option for lunch. I can’t really use the term brunch here, as this was definitely well into the lunch timezone.Comments closed
A friend and I decided to go on a little coffee adventure, and wander to the top of London fields, and visit the trendy little Wilton Way Cafe. Located on a quiet suburban street, just a couple of blocks away from the park, the cafe is surrounded by boutique shops, galleries, and is the home to London Fields Radio.Comments closed
Just check me out on FourSquare and you’ll see that I am quite the regular at Wild and Wood Coffee in Holborn. Hardly tucked away on New Oxford Street, it is easily one of the best places to grab a coffee in the area. Perfect for all the offices located nearby.Comments closed
I first discovered 3FE while doing some research on coffee in Dublin. I came across an interesting article on another coffee blog, about an investment banker turned award winning barista, and his coffee shop Third Floor Espresso.
After chatting to my local friends, I soon realised that this guy had already made a impact on the coffee scene, and everyone had heard of him, duh! I’m from out of town, how was I to know? Anyway, I decided I had to check it out.
Located at the Twisted Pepper Nightclub, Vice Coffee Inc. would have to be the best coffee I had while I was visiting Dublin. I have to admit, it does seem a little bit weird visiting a nightclub during the day for a coffee, but it just works. What would be an otherwise empty space during the day, has a new life, and great coffee.
Walking down Aungier street, the bright orange doorway and windows certainly catch your attention. Avalon house is a Hostel, as well as the home of the Bald Barista.