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Best Cafes in London

London has a huge number of chain coffee places that serve terrible coffee. But help is at hand. There are some really good independent coffee roasters and baristas serving up some of the best espressos and flat whites around. The trend was helped along by young Australians and New Zealanders in London bringing their know how of what good coffee should be to London's high streets. Don't settle for the bad stuff when there are so many good places around. Check out our London cafe guide to find a nearby barista.

Best Cafes in Holborn


Great CoffeePastries

Reviewed by: EataCity - London Foodie -

In their words; "serving-up artisanal, ethical espresso" and sandwiches. Read more

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Best Cafes in Marylebone and Fitzrovia

The Attendant

BrunchGreat Coffee

Reviewed by: Dips Dines - EataCity - Matt the List -

Funky underground cafe (it's in an old public toilet) offering good coffee and brunch. Read more

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Best Cafes in Shoreditch and Hoxton

The Old Shoreditch Station

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Reviewed by: EataCity -

Perched on a corner in the heart of Shoreditch is the funky Old Shoreditch Station cafe. Serving up snacks and great coffee. There are cosy couches to settle into and a nice friendly vibe. Read more

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Best Cafes in Soho and West End

Foxcroft and Ginger

Great CoffeePastries

Reviewed by: EataCity - London Foodie -

Split over two floors, offering some light food and good coffee with comfortable tables downstairs. Read more

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