Four new cafe reviews with food as a common theme04 Apr 2017
Here at LBC HQ we’ve been adding to our café reviews. We’ve recently seen Terrone pull out of Cadence Crystal Palace and Brixton Cycles and Reilly Rocket in Dalston has ceased to be a café.
Lots more reviews are coming soon as well as our reflections on the London Coffee Festival but for now…
Café Miami on Lower Clapton Road is now on the app in a first café review by LT. This is a sought after Hackney brunch and lunch location with an art deco influence, Workshop coffee on a vintage Faema and its own Soundcloud account.
Café Miami, 24 Lower Clapton Road, Hackney, London, E5 0PD
Saint Espresso and Kitchen is the third location for the elegantly designed café brand from the Leyas stable. Leon Zadeh has a knack of opening in areas long in need of speciality coffee and Kentish Town is no different. The difference here is a full kitchen, hence a range of lunch and brunch options. This place already feels a key part of the Kentish Town community.
296 Kentish Town Road, London, NW5 2TG
Mud has long been a staple in Tooting offering up Aussie and Kiwi inspired brunches, coffees and juices with a friendly, laid-back vibe. We finally caught up with them and also visited their new site in Croydon.
Mud Tooting: Full review
Mud Croydon: Full review
141Mitcham road, Tooting, SW17 9PE
Unit 1 and 2 Boxpark Croydon, 99 George street, Croydon,CRO 1LD