London is home to some of the best cafes in the world.
The diverse city that houses people of different cultures brings about a myriad of ideas and inspirations, and this has translated into the exhaustive array of thematic cafes, coffee-making techniques and culinary impressions, and architectural wows.
Good cafes are sprawled all over the British city. From residential neighbourhoods to CBD to the bustling city centre, good cafes are everywhere.
It is an endless quest and we are constantly being awed by new joints with every visit. It took us several years to visit numerous cafes in the city and here’s our picks on London’s best cafes and coffee shops.
Dominique Ansel Bakery has opened in London! Londoners are sure in for a treat.
Dominique Ansel is a revered French-born pastry chef who has wowed the world with his extraordinarily unique dessert creations. For those not in the know, Dominique Ansel is the creator of the life-changing cronuts and cookie milk shots. While other patisseries are scurrying to replicate his inventions, Dominique is already on his way to create something entirely new.
The world-famous bakery has three outlets in New York City, Tokyo and now London. After much anticipation, the award-winning brand alas opens a 25-seater bakery in the capital of England. Snaking queues are already forming in the quaint Belgravia district; Londoners are evidently overjoyed with the city’s newest food-and-beverage addition.
Have you heard? The Muffin Man has the best scones in London!
The Muffin Man is an old-school English tea shop that serves a variety of breakfast dishes, rustic cakes and scones. You might have seen this name on Instagram before, because it is a highly popular joint, especially among Singaporeans and Indonesians.
Indeed, it is one of those places that you must dine at at least once in your lifetime.
Eating in London does not have to be expensive – if you know where to go. For those of you who are on a budget, here are 10 cheap eats in London where you can go for a good meal without breaking the bank.