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The first thing you notice are the ANZAC bickies, which weren't expected. The friendly barista explained the joint is owned by an Aussie, then everything fell into place. This place made the best coffee I've had in London. Highly recommended.
The look and feel of the place is good. Could be an offshoot of many good London cafes. Trendy grey and white exterior. Glass display case for the sandwiches with their fillings written on the glass in white market. You know the sort of place.
My flat white was good. A dark crema... Read more
Very nice coffee. Rare to find a coffee shop in London not serving Square Mile, which is a welcome change.
Nicely designed and well located in an area where it is hard to find a good cup of coffee. Their sandwiches looks fresh and tasty and their pastries are very tasty. The coffee is very good, I enjoyed a very nice cup of flat white. I wouldn't look anywhere else around this area.
Quietly tucked away in a super quaint strip of shops, just north of the Oxford St and Marble Arch corner, I always enjoy my perfectly made Flat White. The charming interior feels like sitting in your own flat, so it's always good for a catch up with friends or a bit of chilled ME time. Great... Read more
We've been here twice - the flat white and cappacino are good - milk perfect - coffee blend rich without being too caramel or burnt. Good sandwiches and cakes. Overall a v good place.
The cappuccino was too bubble for my liking, but I guess they have to cater for local expectations. The milk for the flat white was stressed perfectly. A nice dense bubble giving it a nice creamy consistency. Overall a good coffee, though a little weak. Still the best by far that I've found in London.