London is a city of culture and literature, and what better way to experience both than by visiting one of the many book-themed cafes in the capital? From the London Review Bookshop & Cake Shop to Syraat Al Mustaqeem and The Café, there are plenty of places to explore and enjoy a cup of coffee or a craft beer while browsing through books. The London Review Bookshop & Cake Shop is a paradise for book lovers. With over 20,000 books and magazines from around the world, including classic and contemporary fiction, poetry, philosophy, history, politics and more, it's the perfect place to relax and let your curiosity run wild. Syraat Al Mustaqeem is another great spot for coffee and literature enthusiasts.
Located on the fifth floor of the flagship Charing Cross store, this cafe offers a unique and tranquil atmosphere. Step inside to explore fiction, non-fiction and children's books, or head to the cafeteria-bar for coffee, craft beer or wine that's best enjoyed on one of the bar-style seats by the window as the sun shines through the glass. Picnic bench tables on the outdoor sidewalk let you know you're in the right place: step inside to check out fiction, non-fiction and children's books, or head to the cafeteria-bar for coffee, craft beer or wine that's best enjoyed on one of the bar-style seats by the window as the sun pours through the glass. No matter which book-themed cafe you choose to visit in London, you're sure to have an enjoyable experience.
So why not grab a cup of coffee and a good book and explore one of these unique spots today?.