London is a great city for coffee fans, with plenty of fantastic spaces where you can indulge your love of a great latte.
Whether you’re grabbing a coffee to go or want time to really enjoy your next coffee. we’ve compiled this quick guide to help you get your caffeine-fix during your next visit…
The menu at Kaffiene has been designed with true coffee lovers in mind, and this extra attention to detail is evident in every drink on offer.
Baristas at Kaffiene have been carefully trained to ensure you’ll never have a bad latte on their premises, and there are two locations in Fitzrovia to choose from – ensuring even the most dedicated coffee snob will have nothing to complain about on a stay in Chelsea London.
Located in Battersea, this delightful coffee shop specialises in lattes – and you’ll soon discover how popular it is as you jostle to try and find somewhere to sit!
If you’re on the lookout for a great takeaway coffee, this is a fantastic place to start, though if you’re lucky enough to grab a free table, then you can also marvel at the simplicity of the Scandinavian-style décor on offer.
This coffee shop has locations dotted around the city, so you’ll never be far from your favourite cuppa! As well as providing the perfect space to enjoy a coffee in peace, its also a great place to visit if you’re eager to develop your own coffee-making skills.
Origin hosts regular barista workshops, where you can discover the tips and tricks essential for creating stunning latte creations during your stay at a Townhouse Hotel in London.
The flagship coffee shop in Fitzrovia is housed in surroundings which were formerly a Victorian-era toilet, but that shouldn’t put you off trying one of their delicious coffee creations.
Made with carefully selected coffee beans, you will be able to taste the difference between this specialist approach to coffee-making and the more simplistic approach taken by many of London’s chain brands. There are three locations to select from, providing a little added convenience.
A major draw for coffee snobs in London, Coffee Island is located close to Charing Cross Road, making it easily accessible via public transport while you stay in Chelsea London. You’ll have plenty to choose from on your visit, thanks to the wide variety of artisan coffee blends championed here.
There’s a real hipster vibe throughout the location, and a great cosy atmosphere where you can watch your drink being made and then watch the world go by while you enjoy your latte.
Flat White Soho
Offering both food and coffee, Flat White Soho blends the coffee culture of Australia and New Zealand with traditional London coffee-making methods, providing some of the best lattes in the city.
The Soho location also adds some extra, trendy flair to your next London coffee run!