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London is perfect to get a good coffee in a cute café. That was one fact about London I was most excited about. Finally I got to see all these lovely cafés I knew from Instagram and Pinterest pictures. I enjoyed getting dairy free coffee and food without a weird look and I definitely was in avocado toast heaven!
Since we had a tight schedule, we didn’t go to a lot of cafés but I am so happy with every we went to. I have listed other cute cafes at the end, which my personal London insider recommended. So, definitely go check them out and enjoy these treasures 🙂
Farm Girl Cafe
What you need to try: The Avocado Toast and the vegan Doughnut
Address: 59A Portobello Rd, London W11 3DB
We went to the Farm Girl Cafe on a Sunday afternoon and it was a pain. The line up was probably two hours long and we then decided to go somewhere else and try it another time. On our last day, it was a Wednesday, we went there again and got seated immediately. I was so so happy! The atmosphere is so cool and all the stuff is really nice. It is a perfect place to go for a coffee and get some delicious and intagramable (is that even a word?!) food.
Peggy Porschen Cakes
What you need to try: The Orange and Almond cake. It’s so delicious!!
Address: 116 Ebury Street, Belgravia, London SW1W 9QQ
I know, totally cliché but I just had to go to Peggy Porschen Cakes and see the beauty with my own eyes. It really is a beautiful place, pretty expensive but worth a visit. We were lucky that the place wasn’t as busy during the week as it is on the weekends. So, if you have the opportunity to go by there on a random day, then you probably have more chances to get a table.
What you need to try: The vegan chocolate ice cream. It was so so good! Seriously, the best ice cream I had in London!
Address: 178 Portobello Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 2EB
We found 3BIS just randomly and I totally fell in love, especially with the cute flower cone at the entrance. The ice cream was so good too and plus point that they had vegan options!
Bean and Hop
What you need to try: The iced coffee! So so so so good!!
Address: 424-426 Garant Lane, London SW18 5HN
We went to Bean and Hop for breakfast and it was so good. The atmosphere and interior were really nice and hipster. Since I can’t have dairy, I decided to get the vegan breakfast and it was very delicious.
Other Café Recommendations (haven’t visited them yet)
– Treves and Hyde
Address: 15/17 Leman Street, London, E1 8EN
– Élan Cafe
Address: 239 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW3 2EP
– Holy Shot
Address: 155 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 7DG