|Delicious quirky sandwiches at Allpress Espresso|
|Almond and Orange Cake with a Custard Filling|
Kaffeine, Great Titchfield Street, London was our next call. This is an independent Australian/New Zealand owned cafe in Fitzrovia, just off Oxford Street. It is a tiny coffee shop and very cool. 'Suppose you could say far too cool for us'. Their website says they use a Synesso Cyncra espresso machine which is known as the holy grail of espresso machines. If you like your coffee and latte art, want to sit somewhere that is 'too cool for school' then be sure to check out this tiny coffee shop.
|Beautifully presented latte art - just how I like my coffee|
|Delicious moist Strawberry Friand|
|Terrible photograph but it does show I visited Kaffeine!|
St David Coffee House, Forest Hill SE23 is possibly the quirkiest coffee shop we have had the pleasure to visit. This coffee shop is also quite small but very cosy and homely too and we were greeted with a warm friendly smile. The background music is played on vinyl and adds a wonderful ambiance to the room. Full to the rafters with vinyl records, old furniture and collectables you can sit back and imagine you are in a bygone era. Weather permitting there are a few tables and chairs outside where you can sit for a while and simply relax......We thought this was a really friendly coffee shop and on this occasion didn't feel like tourists. Nearly forgot, the lemon drizzle cake was superb.
|Lots of time and care is taken to execute a perfect coffee.|
|The outside of St David Coffee House hiding the outside seating area.|
|The kilner jar holds free dog bikkies!|