Totally overlooked and over the moon I discovered this treasure chest of speciality coffee. It’s a sister company to Colonna & Small’s. They curate the best coffee from all across the UK & Europe. Mostly single o’s for espresso and a great range of retail coffee. Energetic and fun team of baristas. This is the best in central 👌
Reviews of Curators Coffee Gallery
An excellent coffee shop for those shopping on Regent Street and wanting something other than Starbucks. I was going to the Apple store and I had time to spare so decided to try this coffee shop. I had a wonderful flat white. The shot was smooth and not bitter. The foam was really lovely though I would have preferred just a little more of it. This did not take away from the fact that is was an excellent flat white. Curators is in now in my top ten of coffee shops that I’ve been to while in London. The coffee shop has a section downstairs as well.
So far best coffee I’ve had in London on this trip. Options for espresso include house Colombia Cauca, Brazil Sao Silvestre, filters include Honduras, Costa Rica, and Panama. Very clean and rich espresso with no bite whatsoever, incredibly smooth. The Panama is light with a soft honey and bright floral notes... fantastically relaxing cup of coffee, I know, that’s an odd way to describe coffee... super friendly staff and a really interesting cast of characters in the cafe... I’ll definitely be coming back
A place to drink coffee. I tend to get take away as I don’t have time to stand and stare because of my fast paced lifestyle, however the few moments I can spare to actually ‘be’ I tend to find myself enjoying the Amsterdam-industrial aesthetic, which while more toned towards mothers than Steve McQueen enthusiasts (the director not the actor) still ticks all the boxes I want from curated coffee. Somehow these places make me melancholic for the blasted west coast of Scotland and for a simpler life. I enjoy that though and have rated the atmosphere at ‘10’ for this reason. The curated experience is so constructed and sharp that it puts what is to be human Into stark contrast with itself and it also serves a fine cup of coffee.