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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
Finally found Lantana this week - I'd been searching but google maps was leading me the wrong way. Great espresso and some very tasty looking cakes in the window. Perfect for my route to work so I'll be back to run through the rest of the menu
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
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