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  1. I am off to a new area of London for me - Oxford street, Tottenham Court Road etc. I would be grateful for any up to date recommendations on where to go for: 1. Coffee 2. Breakfast I'm happy to walk a way away from my hotel for the pursuit of a top flat white. Thanks
  2. Checked out Kaffeine on saturday, had a great cappuccino and Portuguese tart which was delicious. It was very busy but has a good vibe.
  3. This week was UK Coffee Week, and those of you who follow me on Twitter (@getnoticed) will know that yesterday morning I visited Kaffeine to support their collaborative fundraising effort with Riding House Café (directly opposite Kaffeine) and Allpress Espresso donating coffee, time and machinery to raise money for Project Waterfall. The team setup their stall outside Kaffeine from 0800-1200 and raised £374 selling coffee for £2 per cup from a La Marzocco GS3 loaned by Riding House Café. The partners then matched the donation so a whopping £748 will be donated in total! Cl
  4. Hi Went to Kaffeine Thursday....AWESOME flat white! Ordered some red brick as that's what they use. Been playing around with it but just can't seem to get any punch out of it. I have a Gaggia classic with La pavoni (obel) grinder. For the last 4-5 months I've been using The Bean shops's blend67 and had some absolutely brilliant coffees, rich dark and strong. Heard lots of good things about the red brick and loved what I tasted in the cafe. Just getting a very milky tasting drink. Any suggestions? Getting a 2oz shot in about 22 sec from 18grams of beans.
  5. I was in London for a few days last week and had the opportunity to sample coffee from a number of places including: Workshop Flat Cap Prufrocks Department of Coffee and Social Affairs Dose I enjoyed most of the them but special mention to one in particular. We had a very good meal, which unfortunately ended with very bad coffee. Needing to right this, we headed to Kaffeine. We ordered espresso and a flat white and a little later the owner walked around chatting with people. On hearing we had come to his due to poor coffee with our meal, we got chatting and this ended with hi
  6. Hi Peeps, I'm off to London in a couple of weeks.. Just wondering what people would recommend as "best" cafes to visit while i'm there? Looking to visit about 3 (oxford street and nearby) Cheers
  7. There are many coffee shops serving Square Mile coffee that will also sell you the beans, but they set their own prices. My local coffee joint sells a 350g back of Winter Espresso for £9, which seems a bit high (it's £7 on the SM site). Anyone know a good place to buy the wonderful SM beans in town?
  8. Twenty two years ago – I gave up a 50 a day smoking habit and replaced my morning cigarette with coffee. One of the best moves I ever made. As the years have progressed however I have searched for a better quality of coffee. My favourite coffee memories are the truly perfect cups that used to be delivered at (seemingly) every time I had breakfast in any French hotel. Sadly no longer the case. I have a stove top – which I adore and use that for the basis of all my coffee when at home. I have arrived here because I am eager to learn about coffee – favourite less known blends and to discover how
  9. Just had my first trip to Kaffeine, had a really really nice ristretto and flat white. Seemed like a really friendly atmosphere, nice staff who knew what they were doing. They went to lengths to find seating for two ladies with a baby and a pushchair at what is probably one of the busiest times of day. I wish I could begin to describe the flavour of the ristretto, but it was a bit too much of a sensory overload! Great mouthfeel (I say great, it seemed great but I haven't had enough good coffee to have anything to compare it to!) and really rich flavours. There was some acidity which
  10. You can view the page at http://coffeeforums.co.uk/content.php?146-Congratulations-Kaffeine-Best-Independent-Coffee-Shop-in-Europe
  11. I was sat in Kaffeine on Wednesday enjoying a coffee or two from their new Synesso 3 group that had been fitted the night before, and from my vantage point I whipped out my doodle pad and sketched the machine. Armed with only a free pen and small (10.5cmx10.5cm) pad this isn't up to my usual standard, but then again I hadn't done anything like this for a while (since I got my iPhone in August 2009 ) and didn't set out to create this type of image. My challenge is to other cafe goers to give line drawing a go, capture a scene, scan and post it here or in the gallery. Let your cr
  12. Finally visited Kaffeine in Great Titchfield Street this week. Brilliant place! Great, great coffee, very friendly and a good place to hang. Excellent - it has even overtaken Monmouth as my new favourite. I wrote a little review of Kaffeine here: http://philwbass.posterous.com/kaffeine-coffee-bar-london-0 I had less favourable experiences on my two visits to Taylor Street Baristas in Richmond, very disappointing given what I'd heard. Another great recent find though is the Espresso Room opposite Great Ormond Street hospital. The full London coffee review (so far) appears on my
  13. Hello, I have been following coffee forums for most of this year but this is my first introduction. Planning Kaffeine has been taking up loads of my time, as well as finishing at my old job at Lord's Cricket ground at the end of July 3 weeks before we opened. Now my life is totally immersed in coffee and I am loving it. I am originally from Melbourne, have worked in Hospitality for over 20 years and just love providing great food, service and products to people. Kaffeine is my first place with my business partner who is from New Zealand and we look forward to providing our patch of l
  14. 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
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