When Art Deco architecture, Clapton cool and Californian vibes collide, you know it’s going to be unmissable. Café Miami is a pastel-hued paradise – there’s nowhere else I’d rather wake up on a weekend, drinking Workshop Coffee, eating Nutella-stuffed pancakes
I am a tad obsessed with Irene’s… To the point that I breakfasted there two days in a row, which is most unlike me. It’s the gourmet PB&J toast that keeps me coming back for more – homemade jam, incredible
There’s a new Dishoom on the block, and hungry diners are already queuing up for it! Located on Kingly Street, behind Liberty and one road across from Carnaby Street, the fourth Dishoom in London takes inspiration from India in the
There are thankfully three Thinking Cup locations in Boston – great news for anyone who likes coffee, homemade muffins, waffles and/or hipster décor. And let’s be honest, who doesn’t like all those things?! I am immensely grateful for the long
If like me, you are on the hunt for the best banana bread in London, you can halt the search right now. I’m giving away all my secrets here, but… It’s at Brickwood. Fans can rejoice that there are two
You’ll have heard of Attendant as the unique subterranean coffee shop housed in an ex-public toilet in Fitzrovia. Well now there’s a second Attendant outpost to the east, on Great Eastern Street. Here, they’ve forgone the porcelain interiors of the
If you didn’t know it already, a breakfast date with a friend is quite simply the best way to start the working day. As a result, I’m always on the hunt for eateries that open early and serve good coffee.
When in Balham, a visit to MILK is imperative. Thanks to its charming interior (including that pink tile-topped table), handcrafted British furniture, free trendy magazines and wifi, and a buzzing atmosphere, it’s a fabulous little find, located right on Hildreth
You could battle the hoards at Borough Market, getting sweatier and more stressed with each pushy crowd member who muscles past you… Or you could pop to Pulia, just round the corner, for exceptional southern Italian fare. It’s your call.
Thanks to Peckham Refreshment Rooms, I have a new found love for Peckham, an area of south London I hadn’t previously given much thought to. If you’re in the same boat, I highly recommend hopping on a bus or Overground
Bad Egg is confusing. In amongst the modern glass skyscrapers of Moorgate, it feels rather out of place – set on the ground floor of City Point, it’s so shiny, with glass on three sides, but inside it’s industrially styled
London Grind opened to much fanfare in February, as their launch day pledge of free coffee all day drew hoards of caffeine craving punters. Located almost on London Bridge (any closer and it’d be in the Thames), this Grind follows