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Pitch 42 is little more than a coffee cart. It has a cart for the coffee machine and one for serving up coffee and some basic food. The gentleman running it seemed like a nice chap. My cappuccino. Nothing mind blowing, but a nice boost on a cold summer's day.
Pitch 42 is well known and well loved and a really lively place.
The stall with no name, run by World Barista Champion 2009 Gwilym Davies and co-staffed by some amazing baristas is a great place to visit, hang out and talk coffee.
You're virtually guaranteed a great... Read more
Good enough to make me want to buy property in the area
Perfect coffee. Perfect
Primo. Hard to fault really. As s bonus it\'s surrounded by heaps of lively food stalls as well. Pity the Market doesn\'t operate on weekends though :(
A rich creamy flatwhite with a great soft microfoam that seemed hardly to separate. First sip/mouthful had a strong robust flavour and then it settled down into a milder flavour gently coating the whole palatte with no holes or sharp edges. Very last mouthful was a little too milky in flavour, but... Read more
This place changed operators a while ago. It's still the best coffee on the market, but it's not what is once was.
I've not been to pitch 42 for a while, so this may be a little out of date (the previous reviewer mentioned that ownership had changed?)
Each coffee I've had there has been perfect. I love that even though it's a stall, you still get china cups. Staff have always been good fun, I... Read more
This is where, on an icy morning ages ago, I first realized that you can actually get an amazing cup of coffee in London as well.
The greatness with the coffee from Pitch 42 at Whitecross Street is that the foam is consistently perfect. Never have I had a cappuccino or espresso macchiato not... Read more
Perfect coffee and service, ideal for daily fix as the price is still very reasonable. .
5 Skinny Flat Whites