UK Coffee Week
Great Coffee, Goodwill. Whether you're a skinny hazelnut latte, mocha with cream and an extra shot or a simple flat white, nobody can resist the perfect coffee. April 23rd - 29th 2013 is UK coffee week, coffee week is a celebration of the UK's...
Great Coffee, Goodwill.
Whether you're a skinny hazelnut latte, mocha with cream and an extra shot or a simple flat white, nobody can resist the perfect coffee. April 23rd - 29th 2013 is UK coffee week, coffee week is a celebration of the UK's vibrant coffee sector by consumers and industry whilst fundraising for clean water projects in African coffee producing countries (project waterfall). Here at Love Home Swap we are looking at the best cosy cafés from across the UK.
Brew lab Coffee, Edinburgh:
Great artesian coffee in a trendy and friendly surrounding, the bare brick work, floorboards and large open windows give Brew Lab a rustic, relaxing feel. Brew Lab has a strong student following and reputation for being THE place to go, people spend hours in the café on their laptops, reading and enjoying the exquisite coffee. Both food and drink are of the highest standard with gorgeous homely eats coming from local sources and the coffee is ever changing, each time you go you will have a slightly different coffee experience.
At Kaffeine they take their coffee seriously, with freshly ground beans and weekly 'guest beans' every time you visit you'll get a slightly different experience! This café located just off Oxford Circus is small, busy and bustling, especially around lunch time! Don't let its popularity put you off though, the exquisite food that changes with season, freshly ground coffee and the notoriously friendly staff make it well worth the wait!
Dose Espresso, 69 Long Lane, London:
'Serving up artisanal, ethical espresso.'
Dose espresso uses Square Mile Roasters, based in London: carefully roasted, ethically sourced beans that are delivered in reusable buckets. They also showcase 'Guest Coffee's' bringing London the best blends from home and abroad. Dose offers a selection of sandwiches and salads and a hearty breakfast menu including porridge, toast, fruit and cereals.
Lahloo Pantry, Bristol:
'A very modern tea room' The Lahloo Pantry in Bristol has somewhat of a cult following for it's wide selection of exotic teas, friendly atmosphere, fresh coffee and well recommended welsh rarebit! The atmosphere is unique and relaxed with magazines, wifi and books making it an afternoon destination not just a quick lunch! The staff are friendly and professionally and offer great advice on teas choices. Food, drinks and teas are very reasonably priced, and the pantry makes it very hard to leave without a few bits and pieces to take home! Their menu can be viewed here.