Food

Where to eat and drink in London.
good and proper tea leather lane holborn review

LONDON | Good & Proper Tea Clerkenwell started as a kickstarter campaign featuring a 1974 Citroen H van serving loose leaf, custom-brewed tea. Founder and owner Emilie Holmes saw that the coffee culture in the UK had improved by leaps and bounds and after wondering why the UK’s tea culture hadn’t done the same thing,

old shoreditch station

LONDON | The Old Shoreditch Station is part of the Jaguarshoes Collective which is known for “art, music and parties”. Located in, you guessed it, the old Shoreditch railway station, it’s a cafe, bar and exhibition venue with a focus on coffee during the day and whisky, wine and beer at

department of coffee and social affairs soho carnaby street

LONDON | Department Of Coffee And Social Affairs have expanded quite a lot since they first opened in Leather Lane back in 2010. The focus here, other than on great coffee is on people and each location is purposely allowed to have its own identity and atmosphere. One thing that’s consistent across

prufrock coffee farringdon leather lane

LONDON |Prufrock Coffee Farringdon is another great coffee shop that those who stroll down Leather Lane will find themselves in the presence of. Prufrock has 2000sq feet over two floors of an old Victorian book shop where they offer coffee tastings, training and events. The cafe itself offers a range of delicious seasonal sweet

le bab soho review

LONDON | Le Bab Soho, near Carnaby Street, is among the wave of modern Middle Eastern restaurants with a massive following in London such as Berber & Q, Palomar, and Honey & Co. One of the founders, Ed trained in Michelin-starred restaurants whereas his partner, Stephen found inspiration in Middle Eastern

chick 'n' sours dalston review

LONDON | Chick ‘n’ Sours Dalston is often touted as serving up the best fried chicken in London and indeed, owner Carl Clarke has changed how London thinks of fried kitchen. The restaurant is small but the flavours back a mighty punch of Asian flavor. Chinese flavours sit side by side

monmouth coffee covent garden review

LONDON | Monmouth Coffee started roasting coffee at their original Covent Garden site since 1978, and continued to roast here until 2007, when they upgraded to a roastery in Bermondsey. They sell beans (whole and ground), single cone filter coffee and espresso based drinks. When we first got an espresso

caravan exmouth market clerkenwell review

LONDON | Caravan Exmouth Market is the original branch of the expanding Caravan cafe brand (there’s another in Kings Cross) and is another of those “Australian” style cafes which focuses on great coffee, breakfasts and a range of appealing all-day options – unsurprisingly, it has antipodean founders. The space is

nude espresso spitalfields london

LONDON | Nude Espresso Spitalfields take their coffee very seriously, which is evident from their micro-roastery and coffee school across the road from the cafe. When you walk in the small, bright space and look at the coffee board, you’re greeted with an array of coffee options. There’s the house

workshop coffee clerkenwell london

LONDON | Workshop Coffee Clerkenwell is an Australian style cafe (it originally had links to Melbourne’s St Ali) that opened in 2011 with the aim of bringing the cafe culture of Australia, which was miles ahead of the UK at the time, to London. The gamble paid off and today owners James