On seemingly every corner in London lies a cute, cozy, or elegant café. From comfy coffee corners to decorative floral entrances, each is unique and delicious. Although many more could be listed, here are eight cute cafes I found while adventuring around London!
Just a 10-minute walk from the Victoria tube station is Peggy Porschen Cakes–a beautiful, pink cake shop and café.
Farm Girl, nestled upstairs of the Sweaty Betty store in Carnaby, is a cozy, healthful café filled with greenery.
Attendant is a tiny underground coffee shop, kitchen and roastery located not far from Oxford and Regent Street.
Élan Café, across the street from the Victoria & Albert Museum, offers an elegant display of cakes and coffee, along with picturesque floral décor.
TOMS, most well known for their one-for-one shoe campaign, has a coffee shop and store in Carnaby. Each cup of TOMS Roasting Co., coffee you purchase goes to providing safe, clean water for people in need.
Fait Maison, located on Gloucester Road, offers a wide selection of sweets served by the friendly staff.
The Hive, set up in old shipping containers on the University of Roehampton campus, offers coffee and clean eating with produce straight from the campus.
Saint Aymes, right by Hyde Park, is a floral-walled café with coffee and shakes sprinkled with 24 carat gold flakes.
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