Perk Up At These Essential Coffee Shops In London

Perk Up At These Essential Coffee Shops In London

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Everyone loves a good cup of joe, and knowing where to go when the caffeine craving strikes is key. Here are London's coolest coffee shops and recommendations on their best drinks.

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    The shakes: Bramble Cream, Chocolate Roses and Liquid Toblerone. In the Bramble Cream they use Beefeater gin, lemon juice, vanilla ice cream, milk and Crème de Mure. -- Evening Standard via Foursquare
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    It's famous in Qatar new branch has open in Knightsbridge London the bred and the tea with milk (karak) recommended -- Saif Al-Shalal via Foursquare
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    This Kiwi-style cafe has its own roastery downstairs. Expect killer coffee, filling mains - and, unfortunately, tiresome queues. Brunch here is extremely popular. -- The Telegraph via Foursquare
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    A London institution in Borough Market. If you have ventured south of the river you deserve a good brew. Get it Vietnamese drip style. -- David Rosenberg via Foursquare
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    the service was friendly, the coffee was smooth and delicious! the cups were a bit small, I could easily drink 2 cups. the lady in front of me ordered a hot chocolate and it looked great! -- saj via Foursquare
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    Its coffee is organic and blended in-house; its light bites come in the form of Italian/Australian nibbles made fresh daily; and music is at its beating heart. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Since the attached Boundary Hotel is the hotspot, Albion is a good spot for solo dining, especially if you’re planning to bring a laptop or book and linger. (There’s complimentary Wi-Fi available.) -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    There's something of the Sweeney Todd about this place. The coffee is so rich they must be putting something illicit in there. Peer down into the basement to see some suspicious equipment. -- Londonist via Foursquare
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    Cool as cats coffee shop, whose 'no wifi' policy makes it winner amongst the tech hipsters who pretend to love unplugging, but nevertheless check their twitter on 3g anyway. Coffee first cliche works -- Hung Lee via Foursquare
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    Charming independent coffee shop in Soho with a distinctly Brooklyn feel. Try an espresso here, they serve it with a shot of oolong tea on the side to cleanse the palate. Unique & surprisingly nice. -- Arianna P via Foursquare
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    Amazing place to work from for as they have reliable WiFi. Staff is super nice and will give you some freebies if you spend enough time there. There are only one set of plugs at the entrance though. -- Omid Ashtari via Foursquare
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    The body of Annie Chapman was found across the road, in the garden of 29 Hanbury Street on 8 September 1888. Chapman was the second victim of Jack the Ripper. -- Dave via Foursquare
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