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Collection of antique scooters and old French Caffe signs creates a cluttered but calming atmosphere.
A skillled barista pulls balanced coffees from her old world Faema espresso machine.
A varied collection of old well worn wooden chairs provide comfortable seating.
Interesting cafe on lower marsh with a quirky fit out. Unfortunately, coffee was served too hot. I thought this would be the case as you could hear the "bad" noise the frother was making as she frothed the milk. Quite bitter coffee too, although just drinkable.
Dirty room. Rude staff. No lighting. Heartburn central if you choose to subject yourself to their beverages.
This review was practically complete five seconds after I walked into Scooterworks for the first time. It’s a place you know you’ll come back to. Looking up from stroking the resident tabby cat I thought I saw a late-1950s top-end Vespa lying on the bar; a double-take shook the illusion and I... Read more
Decent coffee, but you could get much better in London. The thing here is the atmosphere. It might be a slightly self concious mish/mash of scooter themed ephemera, but it makes for a thrilling atmosphere. TRY IT. Very few places in London feel this exciting and creative, it's a small slice of Berlin.
I have made two visits and have left disappointed once and just angry another. The first visit consisted of me ordering an espresso and being told there would be a five minute wait while the machine was bring worked on. Perfect I thought, they care about what they do. Well, 25 minutes later at... Read more
Yes, the service is a bit moody. But the space is great, very artsy atmosphere with lots of odds and ends around, all very beautiful. 3 cats potter around, unbothered by what's going on.
No food, just cakes, but you can bring your own.
Coffee is really great.