This is another of those places not to be missed. It is a cafeteria which can no longer be found in London. Good coffee, good pastries and cakes, lovely service and a unique tables to pass that way. An ideal place to clear your any
This small cafe has the distinction of being built in Horace Jones Vault, one of the arches of Tower Bridge, the most famous bridge in London. It's on the south bank and the part that faces the river has much glass so you can see the
I found spectacular inside the cafeteria of the Victoria & Albert Museum. I thought the inside of the cafeteria in the Victoria & Albert Museum was spectacular, with its decorated columns, painted ceilings and fine gold leaf
The Garden Café and Bar is a small cafe on the street parallel to Carnaby Street. While Carnaby is full of tourists and British fashionistas, Newburgh Street is quieter. The stores are mainly small boutiques that have given the
If you are in London, you can't miss this typical French pastry shop. Here you can find all the best French pastries and cakes, the traditional chocolate, croissants, apple pepitos, fresh pasta and small macarons. There are also
The coffee chain Nero are everywhere in London. They have pretty good coffee, much like other large chain coffee shops, and you can just relax on the premises or take away. They are perfect places for a quick breakfast, besides all
Daylesdord is a nice organic shop with several branches in London. Some are simply shops and some are cafes, like Pimlico Road, close to Victoria bus and train stations. They focus on healthy, seasonal products from small producers
As STARBUCKS's is the most famous place for coffee elsewhere in the world, England's equivalent is this coffee chain where you can also be lovely branded goods to take home. A very relaxing place to go.
Their window catches the eye of passersby with delicious flowers in spring blossoming splendor. We are all victims ve stick our noses against the glass that separates us from these wonderful cakes, cakes, cakes, cakes. All are a
Whenever I go to London I just have to cross the Millennium Bridge and go to this amazing museum. The cafe offers a great view across the city. It is on the first floor, with milkshakes and meal deals available. Above, the third floor
Cereal Killer Cafè is the trendiest place on Brick Lane. It's a cafe where they only serve milk and cereal. As you can imagine, it's stirred up a lot of controversy and even some politicians have gotten involved. When you get there,
This cafe used to be a motorcycle shop that specialised in Vespas that was gradually replaced the dust and greasy hands for a more caring and gentle environment.
Between older models of Piaggios, Vespas and Lambrettas they put in
Ebb is a gourmet cafe in the old industrial buildings of St Katherine's Dock. It's a nice place because you are on the water, in an artificial harbor built on the Thames.
Tourists normally walk by when visiting the Tower Bridge, but
Located just opposite the famous Monmouth Coffee, this cafe serves delicious espresso and has a variety of delicious snacks and pastries. It is a café and deli, where you can buy homemade pasta and all kinds of ingredients for Italian
This place, the crypt of the Church [poi = 368971] San Martin del Campo ( St. Martin in the Fields ) that once was home to all kinds of people between 1912 and 1917 and a shelter during the bombing World War II, has become a modern
It turns out that this Belgian chain is also in London. We had breakfast at one of its premises in Madrid and since our favorite choice (Valerie) was closed, we tried this place on Wilton Road for breakfast.
Okay, so there are probably thousands of Starbucks, especially in London, but some are more beautiful than others. One located near the Old Street tube stop in the north east of the capital has a pretty design, so we came here for
Look Mum No Hands is a cafe and bar dedicated to the work of cycling and is a must after a long day biking around the British capital. The interior and clientele are all very trendy and it's always a good place to meet fellow cyclists.
Best place as they make their own bread and pastries in their own ovens - very unlike one of those known American cafes. It's a typical Italian concept, cool & chic and always crowded. But you deserve a good coffee, see if you can
Primrose Bakery has only 2 stores in London and 8 years of experience but is a benchmark in terms of city bakeries. Born in 2004 with a business idea focused on children's birthday celebrations, such was the success of its sweets it
We saw this place near the flat we had rented and it looked quite attractive. The coffees and our pastry was not bad so, from this day, it became our place of breakfast, though it was a shame that the last 2 days it was closed. Then
London is one of those places where every street has something to offer and where you're constantly discovering new places to try, even if it's just a simple coffee shop. As I was exploring London, I came across this charming little
Stansted Airport, compared to Heathrow, has very limited food options, especially before passing security checks. One of the best options for breakfast is Alba, an Italian cafe where you can enjoy a delicious espresso, freshly made
This little cafe is located in the courtyard of St. James' Church. Several tables with chairs and umbrellas, delicious coffee, breads, pastas and traditional sweets, teas, candies liquor, sandwich and the traditional sweet bread.
When you walk down Fulham Palace Road look for a cafe called Red. The staff could not be more friendly and sensational and coffee is cute, not very big but has a terrace that is milk. If you want to try a capecake or muffing you are
One of the places we visited on our trip to London was this pastry shop because a friend who came with us has some kind of obsession with cupcakes. They have the best cupcakes I ever had in my life, and without a doubt, the best in
A week in London, with temperatures of -8 and nonstop snow ... I spent a lot of time inside drinking coffee! Try to avoid the ubiquitous Nero and Starbucks, because the best coffee in London is at Ravello. There are four, and we tried
Troia restaurant has a wonderful location just minutes from the London Eye, Waterloo Station, close to several hospitals, Southbank and the Royal Festival Hall, Westminster Bridge, Parliament and the Marriott. It serves a la carte