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Cafes

Latte art across London

London plays host to some of London’s best coffee roasters with highlights in terms of roasters including Volcano, Climpson and Sons, The Department of Coffee and Social Affairs, Nude, Tap, Monmouth and various other well established names across the city. Being a huge fan of the flat white containing a double shot with a layer ...
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Cafes

Black Lab Coffee: Modish mellow coffee and super cakes

Antipodean cafe venues are aplenty in London’s streets and Black Lab Coffee is another Clapham triumph, alongside Brickwood Coffee and outstanding eateries such as The Dairy. Smooth mellow Climpson and Sons coffee run through a Marzocco coffee machine comes at a near perfect temperature, the milk and coffee are not scalded and the latter art ...
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Cafes

Slate Coffee: Bijoux antipodean Shoreditch spot

Slate is a funky shoe box sized cafe spot in the heart of Shoreditch with a decent selection of breakfast and lunch offerings and one of the few venues offering a laudable matcha latte and some silky Allpress coffee for lovers of something more mellow like myself. Affectionately called a Flattie, my flat white correctly ...
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Breakfast

The Riding House Cafe: Underwhelming Eggs

The Riding House Cafe is a brasserie with a busy trade run by the team behind Bermondsey’s Garrison. This busy gastro-pub style venue is located in Soho and offers a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner items, including standard bog fare such as granola and full English breakfast, along with some other more continental inspired dishes, ...
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Bakeries

Fait Maison: Super salads and cakes?

You’ll notice if you’ve perused my blog that for salads (for the super health conscious and lovers of good food) I rarely deviate from Yotam Ottolenghi. Sure it’s expensive for a bit of salad and I’m lately a convert to raw food and vegan cafe Inspiral (you must try!), but could another London city cafe ...
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