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
Set at street level in the uber trendy Artist Residence hotel, between Pimlico and Victoria stations (Hurrah! Finally a venue to draw you to this area!), Cambridge Street Café is pretty as a picture, with a brunch menu to ease
From the duo who brought you Scotchtails (those incredible artisan Scotch eggs – available at Borough Market and beyond) comes Lundenwic, a small café right on Aldwych. With whitewashed brick and clean subway tiles as a backdrop, the Scandinavian décor
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
Shot Espresso was already on my radar as a spot in Fulham to get a good proper coffee. So when I received word that Bistrò by Shot, an all-day dining spin-off with a Michelin-starred head chef (Fabrice “Fab” Meier), had opened
I exited South Kensington station to the sound of an accordion player – the ultimate way to get in the mood for French fancies! Maître Choux has recently opened just a minute’s walk from the station, and it attracts quite
You know the design-focused hipster magazine Monocle? They have a design-focused hipster café in Marylebone too – memorably named The Monocle Café! I love how every aesthetic detail has been considered at Monocle. The interior is serene and kind of
Reason to love F Mondays, the cute little café on Brixton Hill: 1. It’s a stone’s throw from my house – result! Just on the right as you walk up Brixton Hill, less than ten minutes from the tube station.