Last Updated on 3rd September 2018 by Sophie Nadeau
From sweet treats to specialty lattés, and from cupcakes to coffees, there’s no shortage of cute coffee houses in London. Here’s your guide to finding the very cutest cafés in London that you definitely don’t want to miss!
Biscuiteers, 194 Kensington Park Rd, London W11 2ES
As its name suggests, Biscuiteers café is dedicated to all things biscuit related. From the delicate icing, to the very tins which house the biscuits themselves, here you can find everything and anything sweet treat related.
Biscuiteers comprises of both a shop and a café. Here, you can take part in icing classes, as well as enjoy a large selection of homemade cakes, macarons, and other baked goods. The little chairs and tables outside are the perfect place to enjoy a coffee en plein air, tucked away on a little side street in Notting Hill.
Farm Girl Café, 59A Portobello Rd, London W11 3DB
Nestled in a small courtyard a little off the roadside, you’ll find the Farm Girl Café. Easily one of the cutest cafés in London, if you’re looking for somewhere good to brunch in London, then look no further! Farm Girl Café is situated on Portobello Road (you know, where they hold the world famous Portobello Road antique market every week) and as such, is a great place to stop off for food and drinks before visiting the rest of the area.
From the cucumber infused water when you sit down, to the distressed brick interior, no detail has been overlooked when it comes to this eatery. We tried the rose latté, ‘butterfly’ matcha (a blue-infused almond concoction) and a few items from the brunch menu. Though the food was quite expensive, it was definitely delicious!
Peggy Porschen Parlour, 116 Ebury St, Belgravia, London SW1W 9QQ
Best known for its adorable façade and wide array of sweet treats, Peggy Porschen Parlour in Belgravia is easily one of the cutest cafés in London. Here, we tried a couple of cupcakes, as well as some of the soft drinks on offer. Though everything was pretty pricey; both due to the cafés ever growing popularity, and its location in Belgravia, the food was amazing… And I would definitely eat a cupcake here again!
However, if you are planning to pop in for a cake or coffee, be warned that since the arrival of Instagram, the café has exploded in popularity. As such, you can often spend upwards of ten minutes waiting for a table. As a result, be sure to visit mid-week or earlier in the day if you’re able to! Want to read more? I’ve previously done a review of Peggy Porschen Cakes here.
Fork Deli Patisserie, 85 Marchmont St, Kings Cross, London WC1N 1AL
Set in the very heart of Bloomsbury, not far from the British Museum, you’ll find the lovely little café of Fork Deli Patisserie. Decorated with wood paneling, wooden tables, and distressed metal fixtures, you could easily spend a couple of hours in here, catching up with friends or studying (thanks to the fast WiFi connection). Want to read more? I’ve previously done a complete review of the Fork Deli Patisserie.