Sunday, July 12, 2009

London - other cafes we visited

Climpson & Sons
67 Broadway Market
E8 4PH

We'd been walking for a while and it was getting late on Saturday afternoon.
We spotted the market stalls packing up, the coffee stall was all but gone but they gave us directions to their shop a few steps up the road.

By this stage I think we'd had enough coffee and were rather looking forward to a beer at one of the local pubs.
It was great walking along the stalls, felt like the art market in Fizroy.

Climpsons roast their own and are doing a good job, didn't try any food but it looked great.

Fernadez & Wells
73 Beak Street
Soho, London

I skipped coffee altogether here as I just couldn't handle any more caffeine, just as well as they use 33 grams for every coffee....ouch!
Best case 30 shots per kg, that has to cost more than it's worth!?
After seeing the Synesso and twin Roburs, Annie my sister had a piccolo and said it was ok.

Fernandez & Wells use Monmouth whom we also paid a visit to.
27 Monmouth Street
Covent Garden
London WC2H 9EU

Beans on display as you enter to buy, tiny booths up the back and other brewing options with your choice of origin.

We had an espresso, flat white and filter coffee.
None really stood out but that doesn't mean it's not worth a try.

Taylor St Baristas
1A New Street,
London, EC2M 4TP

Very easy to find near Liverpool St station with 2 other locations.
They use Union Coffee

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