Prufrock Coffee, Farringdon

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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 & savoury baked goods made in-house using local ingredients. If you see it on the menu when you visit, try the delicious cauliflower and Isle of Mull Cheddar tart.

Coffee is roasted in house by experts in their trade and sourced from some of the best growers around the world. Whether it’s espresso or filter, blend or single origin, the coffee here is consistently excellent.

If you really want to know more about coffee, beyond what you can learn by chatting to the friendly staff, then check out one or more of their coffee courses. There are 9 SCAE approved courses on offer ranging from intermediate to advanced, and the team will even develop a bespoke course for you if what you want isn’t covered by one of the standard courses. As you’d expect, there’s an impressive range of coffee equipment and beans that you can purchase too.

Prufrock Coffee

23-25 Leather Lane
London EC1N 7TE
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 7242 0467
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.prufrockcoffee.com/

Open
Mon – Fri: 8:00am to 6:00pm
Sat – Sun: 10:00am to 5:00pm
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