The Best Coffee Shops In London

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There is so much to do and see in London, you’ll need to be aptly caffeinated and prepped to see it all. Fortunately for you there is some great coffee in London and our guide has got you covered. Between all the meals and sight seeing, make sure your fueled up with all the great options. 

Ozone Coffee Roasters

A popular brunch spot in Shoreditch, on your typical weekend morning Ozone will be filled with the hipster elite of London.

Shoreditch Grind

With a facade that looks like an old school dinner or a small movie theater, you’d be forgiven for not realizing there was coffee.

Fabrique Bakery (Hoxton)

Alright so maybe mostly a bakery, but bakery and coffee shop run together sometimes. Cool space located in Hoxton, you’ll get tasty treats and good coffee as well.

Allpress Espresso Bar

I always love a joint that roasts their own beans! Allpress has been a Shoreditch staple for a while now.

Kaffeine

I feel like Aussie’s have been opening coffee shops around the world as of the last few years. They always seem to deliver, and Kaffeine is no exception.

Monmouth Coffee Company

After touring and feasting on all the delicacies that Borough Market has to offer, why enjoy some coffee from Monmouth.

Origin Coffee Roasters

Origin prides itself on the way it sources its beans. And that shows through it’s amazing selection and great coffee.

Towpath Cafe

A quaint little cafe along Regent’s Canal. Grab some coffee while you’re waiting for brunch at The Barge House.

The Gentlemen Baristas

Located in Fitzrovia, this is another shop that roast their own beans. The Gentlemen Baristas is a great place for coffee, but also brunch and spending quality time with friends.

Jacob the Angel

A cute, unassuming shop in Covent Garden, Jacob the angel is a nice respite from the shopping hustle and bustle. This is one of my favorite coffee shops in London.

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