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Finally seizing the chance to have a day in London, and having read so many good reviews and seen many tweets about Dose Espresso I simply had to pay James and his staff a visit. We were spotted loitering around outside and given a friendly welcome.(the place was heaving and it was standing room only) Shuffling inside we made ourselves at home and shared a table with a young couple who didn't seem to mind at all. The first thing I noticed was the shiny new FB80 on the counter and a decent menu, not only containing coffee, but an enticing selection of food items from Beas of Blo
Today I embarked on a coffee crawl around London with my wife as well as Chris Weaver and Ash Porter, to try a number of new establishments and show them what London has to offer. Our itinerary was; Milk Bar (Bateman Street) Fernandez & Wells (Beak Street) Kaffeine (Great Titchfield Street) Lantana (Charlotte Place) Beas of Bloomsbury (Theobald Street) First up was Milk Bar, a regular haunt and a chance to grab brunch (their scrambled eggs and bacon was divine). The home made baked beans looked appetising too... Milk Bar uses Squaremile coffee, ground with a Mazzer