The most photogenic cafe in London: Palm Vaults in Hackney

Is it Hackney or the center of Miami? It is hard to say with confidence when you are in the Palm Vaults.

Cafe Palm Vaults, located in Hackney, is probably captured on thousands of photos in Instagram. The most difficult choice that must be made in this institution is not what kind of dish to order, but whether to try it or first take a picture. Dishes in the Palm Vaults are equally beautiful and tasty. As any other trendy London cafe, it offers toasts with avocados, and also a breakfast with dragon fruit and, of course, desserts. Palm Vaults bakes and sells cakes in a variety of pastel colors. You can order a piece in the cafe itself or the whole cake on the Internet.

All meals in the cafe are vegetarian. You will be offered a delicacy without dairy products, gluten or anything else that you are trying to avoid. Pay special attention to the banana cake with coconut cream or almond oil to choose from. Latte in the institution is elevated to the rank of art. A special brightness of the drink is given by natural food coloring - red, blue and black. And last year Palm Vaults’ hit was sparkling latte. Take one cup with you to brighten up the way to the office or home on a gray winter day.

Whatever you choose, everything will look very attractive. But enough about food, let's talk about the interior. Inside, it is really stylish and comfortable. The pink and gold predominate, and these gentle shades are diluted with the greens of real flowers. They are everywhere, even hang from the ceiling. It seems that you are in Miami in the 1970s.

Address: 411 Mare St, Hackney, E8 1HY. Nearest underground station: Hackney Central. Palm Vaults also offers food and drinks at the Fiorucci shop, Soho.

Opening hours: Monday to Wednesday from 7:30 to 18:00, Thursday to Friday from 7:30 to 20:00, Saturday from 9:00 to 20:00, Sunday from 9:00 to 17:30.

Prices: Latte costs around £3.50.

For more information, visit the Palm Vaults website.

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