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The 9 Best Cafes in London

28th November 2017 // By Will Grice

London is filled to the brim with interesting cafes. Whether you’re looking for something luxurious, a place with some of the world’s best coffee or simply a nice place to work, London has it all.

The Best Luxury Cafes in London

Thomas’s Cafe

The Best Cafes in London

Set inside Burberry’s flagship store on Regent Street, Thomas’s Cafe is one of the few places you can find respite from the jostling crowds of central London. With a separate entrance on Vigo Street this cosy cafe was designed by The New Craftsmen, purveyors of handmade British homeware. Thomas’s Cafe serves food all day with the menu transitioning from scrambled eggs and cured salmon in the morning to afternoon tea before finishing with more indulgent dishes like lobster and river trout.

In terms of coffee you can expect to find classic drinks like lattes, cappuccinos and americanos, while the tea drinkers will love the cafe’s extensive list of loose leaf teas.

The Roseberry Lounge

The Best Cafes in London

While the Mandarin Oriental may be more well renowned for its afternoon tea than its cafe culture, the Roseberry Lounge is easily one of the capital’s most luxurious spots. Offering everything from Orange Pekoe tea from Sri Lanka through to globally sourced coffee, the Mandarin Oriental is worth visiting whether you’re in the mood to eat or not.

The Holborn Dining Room

The Best Cafes in London

Situated within the Rosewood Hotel, the Holborn Dining Room has become an institution in its own right. Offering visitors some of the world’s finest coffees and teas alongside an all-day menu, this is a spot perfect for