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Here's another list of cafes/bistros that I've visited and there are a few favourites which I went back quite frequently during my stay there. Without further ado, here're they:
1. Cafe Laville
One of the all time favourite places – an Italian/Mediterranean bistro with you dine in a glass-fronted building overlooking the canal in Little Venice. I've went back quite a few times, some times for food and some times just for coffee.This place has such an amazing view and you will enjoy the tranquility when you're there. Apart from that, they serve pretty decent food as well.
It's a 5-10 minutes walk from Edgware Road tube station so it's quite easy to get to if it's not raining. Would definitely recommend you to visit this place.
453 Edgware Rd, London W2 1HT, United Kingdom
+44 20 7706 2620
2. The Muffin Man Tea Shop
I was told this is the go-to place for most Singapore airlines cabin crew and it was also recommended by my cabin crew friend, Melissa. Loved the old English vibe of this entire place and I went back too many times. You've to try their scones because they were simply divine. Do opt for the clotted cream and honey, this duo goes the best with the scones in my opinion. They serve breakfast sets as well and I loved their food – very homemade and unpretentious.
The Muffin Man Tea Shop
12 Wrights Ln, London W8 6TA, United Kingdom
3. Fernandez & Wells
Located at Soho area, this coffee shop is one of my favourites. I love the window seats and this is a nice place for an afternoon read.
Fernandez & Wells
73 Beak Street London
W1F 9RS United Kingdom
4. Honest Burgers
My favourite is still shake shack but I remember this to be one of the best burgers I had in London. The rosemary chips are a must try too.
4A Meard St, London W1F 0EF, United Kingdom
As google says, simple, cafe-style Japanese for udon noodles and small plates served at communal tables. This is one of my favourite Japanese restaurants and you've to try the cold udon!
Place is rather small and there's always a queue during peak hour. Best to go slightly earlier or later than dinner time as they don't take in reservations.
50 Frith St, London W1D 4SQ, United Kingdom
6. SAID dal 1923
If you are a fan of chocolates, you have to visit this place.
SAID dal 1923
41 Broadwick St, London W1F 9QL, United Kingdom
A must try in London. The Salads and desserts are freshly made everyday. They have a few outlets and it's always crowded during peak hours.
13 Motcomb St, London SW1X 8LB, United Kingdom
This is one of the bigger coffee shops around which serves artisan coffees and teas, plus breakfasts, soup and sandwiches. This place is usually filled with people reading and studying. I remember visiting this place on a weekend and it was very crowded. But place is huge and turnover was quite fast so it shouldn't be a problem with seats!
1-67 Old St, London EC1V 9HW, United Kingdom
9. Bone Daddies
My favourite place for Ramen – very tasty, flavourful soups and a pretty heavy meal I would say. This place also opens till late at night and quite a fair bit of people visit this place for supper.
31 Peter St, London W1F 0AR, United Kingdom
10. The Breakfast Club
One of the most talked-about cafes there between Singaporeans. I love the food there, very unpretentious and homely. I would recommend the pancakes and the breakfast club smoothie. Queue is crazy at peak hours as well so I would suggest you to visit at non-peak hours.
The breakfast Club
33 D'Arblay St, London W1F 8EU, United Kingdom
11. Burgers and Lobsters
Nuff said ;)
I always had to queue before I get a seat and just before I left to come back to SG, I got to know they opened a new outlet at Oxford street area – which was pretty quiet at that point of time. if You might want to check that outlet out!
Burgers and Lobsters
6 Little Portland St, London W1W 7JE, United Kingdom