#14 Wild & Wood, Moorgate

(Photo credit: Wild & Wood Coffee Facebook) This café is good for meetings. What I like about it: Nooks and pews. This tiny café has enough seating for about 10 people in its wooden pews and cosy nooks. Coffee. Judging from the constantly moving crowd, I'm not the only one who thinks the coffee here is excellent.… Continue reading #14 Wild & Wood, Moorgate

#13 Coffeeology, Richmond

This café is good for chilling and watching the world go by. What I like about it: Unique. To my knowledge, its the only artisan café in Richmond. The baristas. Davide and David (yes, actually) are super friendly! Key features: Coffee rating (1 = really bad, 5 = really good): 4 Wifi: No. Power sockets: No. Location: 4 The Square,… Continue reading #13 Coffeeology, Richmond

#11 Covent Garden Grind, Covent Garden

This café is good for meetings, drinks and working if can work with the loud volume. What I like about it: Ambiance. This Grind has attitude. Opens late. This place opens from 7.30am to 11pm. Key features: Coffee rating (1 = really bad, 5 = really good): 4 Wifi: Yes. Power sockets: Yes, near the wall seating. Location: Covent Garden, 42 Maiden… Continue reading #11 Covent Garden Grind, Covent Garden

#10 Soho Grind, Soho

This café is good for meetings and drinks.  What I like about it: Ambiance. Its got a good, slightly party-ish vibe to it. Opens late. This place opens from 7.30am to 11pm. Key features: Coffee rating (1 = really bad, 5 = really good): 4 Wifi: Yes. Power sockets: Yes, downstairs. Location: 219 Beak St, Carnaby, London W1F 9RP (Click here… Continue reading #10 Soho Grind, Soho

#9 Shoreditch Grind, Old Street

What I like about it: Ambiance. The seating is laid out in such a way that people are often co-working around the same table and those who work on laptops sit toward the back of the café while those who may not be working sit toward the front. Since it is such a cosy space, […]

#8 West Six Garden Centre and Café, Ravenscourt Avenue

This café is best for meetings and brunch. What I like about it: Insta-worthy. Filled with lots of plants, this is a beautiful place to took insta-worthy pictures. Great escape from the hustle and bustle. The café is located in the quieter parts of West London. Key features: Coffee rating (1 = really bad, 5 = really good):… Continue reading #8 West Six Garden Centre and Café, Ravenscourt Avenue

#6 Department of Coffee and Social Affairs, Soho

This café is best for meetings. What I like about it: Vibes. There's a sort of buzz in the café that makes you feel really cool. Good rest stop. Hidden in Carnaby Street off Oxford Street, this place is a good place to rest and relax after a long day of being a tourist. Key features: Coffee rating… Continue reading #6 Department of Coffee and Social Affairs, Soho

#4 Store Street Espresso, Store Street

This café is best for meetings. What I like about it: Opens til late. One of the rarer cafés that open until 7.30pm. Excellent coffee and food. One of those places that know their coffee and food. Everything there is yummy. The cake here runs out super fast! Ambiance. It's got an "arsty" feel to it, chilled-out vibes and a lot of… Continue reading #4 Store Street Espresso, Store Street

#3 Store Street Espresso, Tavistock Place

What I like about it: Ambiance. They play good music at a decent volume and I enjoy the seating plan. Since it is such a cosy space, you get opportunities to have conversations with really cool people. Friendliness. The baristas are ace (especially Daniel and JM!) – they are always on the lookout for you even when […]

#2 Timberyard, Soho

This café is best for long work sessions and big meetings (booking necessary). What I like about it: Purpose-built. This place was literally made for freelancers in mind. They even have their own meeting room to rent! Key features: Coffee rating (1 = really bad, 5 = really good): 4.5/5 Wifi: Good, strong. Power sockets: Literally everywhere.… Continue reading #2 Timberyard, Soho