This post was long overdue, but finally it's here. Back in August I had a chance to drop into some speciality cafes in London. Obviously there are plenty of places worth to visit, but if you really only have one day you have to narrow it down. My first stop was Caravan at King's Cross, where I got an amazing flat white, then I continued to fuel my coffee habits in Kaffeine, then Nude and Flat White followed. At this point I had to slow down a little bit, it was only half 11, but I already had 6 cups of the black stuff in me and started to feel a bit dizzy. After a quick look at my list I realised I can't really waste time, so I bought some beans in the historical Monmouth Coffee, stopped by Notes at Trafalgar Square, then dropped into the awesome Prufrock. More amazing coffees, quick lunch and decision time. There were way too many places I wished to visit and I only had few hours left from the afternoon. I definitely didn't want to miss Workshop Coffee so I headed there and on my way I stopped at Look Mum No Hands. I ended my coffee tour in Ozone Coffee Roasters, which I really loved, but after a long deliberation with myself the best flat white of the day award went to Workshop. Despite of huge amount of speciality coffees I still managed to have a good night sleep. One thing for sure I had an amazing day, but I'll be back for more black stuff and to check out some other places.
All images were taken with my Fuji X100s. Enjoy!