The most unusual coffee houses in London

Great Britain is traditionally associated with tea, but in London, the capital of the world and a stronghold of multiculturalism, there is always a place where you can drink a cup of excellent coffee. London coffee houses deservedly are proud in not only of the ability to cook miraculous drink, but also of friendly and inspiring atmosphere. There are also coffee houses in the capital, which can surprise many people with their originality.

1. Attendant, Fitzrovia

Hardly could you ever imagine a situation, in which you drink delicious coffee in the premises where there was former Victorian toilet. But such opportunity exists now, and it is not as terrible as it might seem. The coffee shop is a 5-minute walk from Oxford Street. And the place itself was turned into an interesting room with Victorian tiles and decorative urinals. Coffee and brunch in this institution pleases many residents of the capital for a long time.

27a Foley Street, next to Goodge Street station, W1W 6DY

2. Draughts, Hackney

Drafts is the first game coffee house in London. The establishment is located in the old railway arch, which is in the very heart of Hackney. By the way, there are more than 600 table games to choose from and, of course, delicious, aromatic coffee.

337 Acton Mews, Hackney, next to Haggerston station, E8 4EA

3. Fuckoffee, Bermondsey Street

So, Fuckoffee is a kind of indie-cafe with rather bizarre decor. Absolutely diverse tables and chairs, crazy neon signs and other interesting interior details create rather creative and cozy atmosphere. The coffee shop delights its guests not only with a bunch of excellent variations of coffee drinks, but also with fresh, cocktails and desserts.

163 - 167 Bermondsey St, London SE1 3UW

4. Look Mum No Hands!, Old Street

Look Mum No Hands is a very nice and cozy cafe. But it's not so simple. This is not an ordinary cafe, but a cafe is a bicycle workshop! This place is quite popular among fans of riding a two-wheeled friend. The place makes its contribution to the popularization of cycling in London. And all these wonderful ideas are perfectly combined with delicious coffee and a variety of lunches.

49 Old Street, next to Old Street station, EC1V 9HX

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