I’ve always loved coffee shops in London.
I don’t want to give away the secret, but they’ve always been one of the best places to visit.
It’s not always the most stylish or tasteful, but the service, the atmosphere, and the selection of coffee are always top notch.
But there are some places I just can’t go to.
There are some that have more of a grungy, old-school feel, but that’s fine, because they’re really good places to go for that.
Here are the best locations in London for coffee shops.
The Best Coffee Shop in London (And Some Other Places You Might Want to Visit)Here’s a list of places that I think you’ll like, as well as the ones that are a little bit of a step up from the rest of the city.
If you’re in London and need a cup of coffee, here are the places that have the best selection in London:The Best Starbucks in LondonYou know those coffee shops with the cute little cups, but who cares?
They don’t really serve anything special.
The best Starbucks in the city is definitely The Abbey.
This little shop has an incredible selection of espresso drinks and is one of London’s top-ranked coffee shops, with some of the top-selling coffees in the world.
It is one the few places in London where you can get a drink in the morning without having to spend your morning sitting on the floor.
The only drawback?
You’re not going to get the best service in a coffee shop.
But if you’re a coffee drinker, this is the place to go.
The Abbey has a very cute little shop and you’ll have to stop by to grab some fresh brews, which is something you’ll definitely enjoy.
Here’s how to get there:The Abbey, London, 1-800-777-4555 (free wifi)There are two things you need to know about this cafe.
First, there’s no coffee in this place.
It has no espresso drinks, no iced tea, and nothing on the menu.
Second, there are no drinks served in a cup, which means there’s not much caffeine in this cafe to balance out the taste.
The drinks that are served are simple lattes and iced teas.
They have a very clean and modern feel to them, which makes them a bit less appealing than the coffee shops you might expect.
If you’re into espresso drinks or iced lattes, this cafe is perfect for you.
The Abbey (and many other cafes) are located in the former Goldsmiths department store.
There is a large, bright window overlooking the river Thames that looks out onto the city and is a perfect place to take in the view and see the skyline.
If that’s not enough, there is also a large garden with a variety of flowers, including roses and tulips.
The coffee is brewed in a special coffee machine, which looks like a mini-mash pot.
It takes about four minutes to make the coffee, and it’s served in an iced cup.
You can get two or three coffee drinks for £1.50, but it’s worth it for the experience of sitting in the coffee shop and looking out over the city, and you can even get a cup if you take a selfie.
The café’s name comes from its location.
It was built in the 1800s to serve coffee to the Queen, who would then have access to the whole area.
The coffee shop also served as a sort of sanctuary for Queen Victoria during her time in London, which was the location for her coronation in 1868.
You won’t find any royal paraphernalia in the café, and there are also no portraits of Queen Victoria hanging in the window, but I do love the fact that it’s still here, and that the place still has a nice atmosphere and feel to it.
The best thing about The Abbey is that it has been around for over 100 years.
It still has the feel of the time period that it was built to serve the Queen.
This place is really great for getting your coffee fix in the evening.
If this is your first time visiting, the best way to get to The Abbey for a coffee is to walk up to the front door and step inside.
The shop is also located near the London Eye, so you can easily grab a cup and enjoy the view.
I’m sure you’ve already guessed, but this is one coffee shop that has a great selection of teas and drinks.
The owners, David and Lisa, have an amazing selection of coffees and teas, including some speciality coffees like their Espresso-O-Matic, which has a dark coffee flavor and has a gentle hint of milk.
The two-minute pour-over service is one way to try some new things.
The service is quick and convenient, and if you want