Sunday, July 12, 2009

London - cafes worth trying

Tina we salute you
47 King Henry's Walk
London
N1 4NH


I never thought there was a typical style associated with Melbourne cafes but this one felt like a Melbourne cafe, quiet back street, good coffee and a relaxing vibe.



This is where we met Leigh, the barista from Melbourne - nice guy that got out the macbook to look up googlemaps to give us directions to other cafes on our list.
He's also a bit of a cafe whore, working at Dose and another cafe.

Tina we salute you is another of the growing list of cafes using Square Mile.




The cafe that is known for starting the antipodeon cafe surge is
Flat White
17 Berwick St
Soho, London
W1F OPT



Probably one of the busier cafes of the good ones, good milk, good coffee in a central location with sister cafe, Milk Bar nearby.

Even more random than in the previous post where we met Ryan, when we lined up to order at Flat White, Erin Sampson was in the queue right in front of us.
Didn't try the espresso at Flat White but went back for a freshly squeezed OJ a few days later, good value at £1.50 ($3 AUD), you'll pay £2.50 ($5 AUD) for a coffee.

Again, this is becoming predictable, they use Square Mile

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