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First time at Flat White, SqMile coffee, 3pm and its busy and the coffee lives up to expectations. Beats are amped to ensure the place is lively. I like it, pity i don't work in soho.
Smooth coffee and knowledgable staff. Closest thing I have found to Australian coffee in London.
This is a great cafe. Small and intimate. Stocked with yummy shopping treats to take home like a real Bodega. A little supply of toys for little kids. And a cafe dog, Bruce, who should have his own Facebook page except most of his biggest fans are not on Facebook yet. But it's not over-run with ankle biters. But with many rooms, there's always a space away from the hubbub. The great thing is that Bodega 50 has expanded. They've created a great courtyard out the back with a roof so you can get fresh air, but be free of any misty rain. There's also a basement decked out in mid century Swedish/Danish furniture for more private liaisons (and if you like the furniture you can always buy it). But that just sets the scene. With a tilt toward healthier food, the food options are tasty, good cakes and muffins. But check out the menu for all sorts of toasties, salads and so on. They also have awesome bread (also available to take home) that they use for their sandwiches and so on. The coffee I here you clamour. They use a mixture of different beans. Mostly Climpsons, but also Coleman and HasBean. They tend to make it quite punchy. In fact where I would order a flat white as my default elsewhere, I order a Latte at Bodega 50. The. It is a lovely smooth, rich, microfoamed cup of wonder with just a hint of a strong coffee flavour coming through and lingering in your mouth. I keep coming back. They've also got a good mix of staff who have quite interesting backgrounds if you get chatting to them. One of them is a bespoke shoemaker. No doubt doing some shifts at Bodega 50 to get out of his studio. I give them a big thumbs up.