The Most Unforgettable Cafés in London

Coffee in the Crypt, located in Trafalgar Square, is a great place to start your search for the most unforgettable cafés in London. This coffee shop offers rich coffee with some of the flattest pastries London has to offer, all in a cozy and welcoming atmosphere. If you're looking for something more modern, head to the heart of central London and visit a café that specializes in tailor-made roasts using special limited-edition international beans. The Pear Tree Cafe is one of my favorite cafés in London, particularly the one in Battersea Park, situated next to a lake in the middle of the park.

This café provides an unparalleled experience with its fast and reliable internet access and plenty of power outlets. Plus, it has that independent and relaxed atmosphere that is always appreciated in this part of the city. If you're looking for something more traditional, try the cozy, family-run Viennoiserie pastry shop located next to the Regent's Canal and close to the Broadway market in Hackney, east London. If you're searching for something more elegant, Fortnum & Mason's Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon is the oldest café in London and opened its doors in 1652. Located in St Michaels Alley in the city of London, this café offers an authentic English afternoon tea experience.

For something more artisanal, head to Hagen, a small but powerful Danish coffee shop that has quickly conquered Big Smoke after opening 9 coffee shops in London and counting. Or visit Yeast Bakery if you're in Hackney between Wednesday and Sunday. Finally, if you're looking for something more popular, Costa Coffee is the most popular café chain in the UK, serving thousands of customers daily and was founded by two brothers in 1971.

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