Coffee shops are the go-to spot for many Londoners.
Here are some of the best places you’ll find in the capital.
The Coffee Shop – London’s first coffee shop, opened in 1877, the first one opened in the UK and the first in the world.
Its still a go- to spot for Londoners to grab a latte and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
This coffee shop is one of the only places in London where you can sit outside, get your fix and watch the sun set over the horizon.
The coffee here is great, but the food is equally as good.
Get a latterie or an egg sandwich to eat with a coffee.
Caffe Vito – This is one place where you don’t have to get dressed to enjoy a coffee, a small cafe in the heart of London’s Knightsbridge area.
Sit outside, have a cup of coffee and take in the beautiful view from the coffee shop’s window.
Lighthouse Coffee Shop- If you are looking for a place to relax with a cup or two of coffee, Lighthouse has been around for a long time.
It was founded in 1902, but still has an active coffee bar and cafe serving up coffee and pastries to the public.
Lutro Cafe – This cafe has been open since 1888 and has been a regular fixture in the Knightsbridge scene since.
It’s not just a coffee shop either, it’s a place for relaxation as well.
Luton’s Lutron Coffee Shop has an extensive range of pastries, sandwiches, cakes and sweets.
The Cafe Atop The Shard – This café is located at the top of the Shard, right across from the City Hall.
The cafe offers coffee, tea, iced coffee, milkshakes, café drinks and more.
The Espresso Bar – Located on the Lower East Side, this cafe is the oldest one in New York City and has a good selection of coffees.
It also has a wide selection of pasties and pastas.
The Roastery – This coffee bar is one the oldest coffee bars in the city and is located in the historic heart of New York.
You can find iced coffees and espresso drinks to order from their menu.
The Cafeteria – This place is a cafe and a food hall in the New York of London.
This place has a full menu of sandwiches, ice creams, desserts, and more for you to enjoy with a glass of iced tea.
The Café La Boulangerie – This popular café is just a few blocks away from City Hall, and is just as old school as the rest of the coffee bar in London.
It has a large range of sandwiches and sandwiches for you and your friends to enjoy.
The Boulangierie – A famous Parisian cafe and restaurant that serves sandwiches, soups, salads and desserts.
It is also a popular spot to grab coffee from.
The Bar Café – Located in the Old City, this is a trendy place to grab some coffee.
They have a large selection of sandwiches as well as some amazing pastries.
The French Café – The French Cafe is an old-school cafe in London’s East End.
The menu includes sandwiches, salads, and even coffee drinks for you.
The L’Oréal Hotel Café – This French hotel in central London has an amazing range of coffee drinks.
They even have a café dedicated to them.
The London Coffee House – Located right next to the iconic Hyde Park shopping centre, this coffee house has a range of coffee drinks, pastries and sandwiches to choose from.
The La Fayette Hotel – The LaFayette Hotel is a coffee house in central New York that serves a full range of ices and pasties, bakery products and more, including iced lattes.
The The Cafe De la Croix – Located next to LaFaumetel, this shop serves iced iced hot iced teas, liquor and coffee drinks to customers, as well a full coffee menu.
The Paddington Coffee House and Café – Situated next to Parliament Square, this café serves ice-cold iced drinks as well iced soft drinks.
The Soho Cafe – The Soho Coffee House serves ices, teas, coffee and iced sweet iced latte.
The Old Crowbar – The Old Cowbar is a popular place to eat in the South of London and serves a wide range of soups and salads to choose with a hot drink.
The Red Rooster Café – There are