The Best Truly Local Coffee & Tea Shops in London

No matter whether you’re a coffee or tea person, London and its caffeine/theine outlets have you covered. Our locals know the best cafes and tea rooms to relax and recharge, get productive or enjoy your free time with your favorite beverage… or you may discover local preparations and completely different new drinks. Multinational chains can’t hold a candle next to our locals’ favourite coffee shops. Check them out!

God’s Own Junkyard – Neon and on and on

God’s Own Junkyard – Neon and on and on

Image by Andrew Sidford

“God’s Own Junkyard” London is the world-famous bar, known for its quirky ambiance and bound to make your jaw drop… The neon signs are for sale!

Full Article by Andrew Sidford

Italia Uno – Best Italian cafe

Italia Uno – Best Italian cafe

Image by Josh Ferry Woodard

“Italia Uno” London is the best Italian cafe I know of in the city. Don’t let the massive queues stop you – I just love their Melanzane Parmigiana bake

Full Article by Josh Ferry Woodard

Jam in a Jar – Live music in the northeast

Jam in a Jar – Live music in the northeast

Image by Olivia Dakin

“Jam in a Jar” in London is my favorite new cafe to watch the world go by. At night it transforms into an intimate bar. I love their live concerts…

Full Article by Kamla Pillay

Kahve Dunyasi – Turkish sweets in Piccadilly

Kahve Dunyasi – Turkish sweets in Piccadilly

Image by Peter Hoffer

“Kahve Dunyasi” brings Turkish coffee to London. Beware: it packs a terrific caffeine jolt! I love their chocolate brownies too.

Full Article by Peter Hoffer

Kioskafé – Contemporary café

Kioskafé – Contemporary café

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“Kioskafé” London is tiny, inconspicuous, fresh cafe-come-magazine-shop in the back streets of hotel-filled Paddington that is definitely worth a visit…

Full Article by Claire Creighton

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