Fleet Street Press
Fleet Street Press is named after the street it inhabits: the home of the British news press until the 1980s. Located opposite the Royal Courts of Justice and just down the road from Twinings shop (coffee importers since 1706) - the café manages to bring decent coffee to the area in a relaxed setting. Formerly serving Butterworth and Sons, Fleet Street Press are now serving a house blend from Caravan. Hot chocolate is by Kokoa Collective and an impressive range of loose leaf teas from London Leaf. A nice link with the Fleet Street of old is a partnership with London Press Photographers to display and sell their work. Beans and coffee equipment are also on sale.
Review by Phil Wain.Tweet