For the finally five coffees in the 100 Cups of Coffee series, I wanted to include some of the prettier coffees from Coffee Shops in London. So over the last six months, I have been hunting on Instagram for beautiful and amazing places to visit.
Farm Girl on Portobello Road as one of my favourite cafes that I had visited. Tucked away in a little courtyard, they have an amazing menu of mainly vegetarian food. I adore their food as well as the cute rose latte, which is almost too pretty to drink.
Technically, Betty Blythe Vintage Tearoom is known for serving pretty afternoon teas! However, they do also make a decent latte. The cafe has a gorgeous 1920’s vibe, with an amazing cake counter. Plus it’s a great place to shop for vintage themed edible treats.
The Peggy Porschen Bakery must be the most Instagrammed place in London. As a result, it is always busy. Mainly with people taking photos, but there is always a queue of people waiting for a table. Whilst the cafe itself is amazingly photographic and the cakes were amazing. However, we did feel a little rushed by people in the queue to drink quickly as they hovered over us, which was extremely annoying!
This was a quirky little cafe in a local neighbourhood I discovered by accident. Tucked away off the main thoroughfare, it is a record store/coffee shop. The shop is great for hunting out vinyl or chilling with a cup of coffee.
For my final coffee, I wanted to go somewhere truly amazing. So it had to be Dominque Ansel Bakery in London. Home of the infamous Cronut! As we visited just before Christmas, we had December’s cronut of the month (Pear and Cardomon).
100 coffees drunk, now what?
So I have finally, finished this project. However, that doesn’t mean I will stop sharing my coffees on Instagram. Or stop hunting for new and interesting places to try. So later on in this year, I am looking to launch a new project.
Featured Image from Pixabay.