BY DAINA RENTON
This is a list for those who are bored to death of the capitalist giants dominating their high streets in the morning. We’ve researched the best coffee spots in South London for you to check out on one of your mornings, for a coffee that is well worth the price.
No 67 at South London Gallery – The coffee here is deep and rich in flavour and is definitely for the strong coffee lovers. You won’t fit sad looking lattes here. It has also got some tasty cakes and serves up fantastic meals in the evening. Located on 67 Peckham Road SE5.
Tapas Brindisa at London Bridge – A great tapas destination that’s run by London’s chief importer of Spanish fare. Most won’t stop here for a full meal, but it’ll be the best idea you’ve had this week to go in and enjoy a cortado. Located at 18-20 Southwark Street, SE1.
Bermondsey Street Coffee – This place is incredibly relaxed and have a massive range of coffees and hot chocolates for you to choose from. All their beans are Fair Trade and organic from Papa New Guinea. The cortado here is heavily recommended by online reviewers. Located at 163 Bermondsey Street SE1.
Monmouth Coffee at Borough – This is the second Monmouth coffee shop to open in London and their coffee is roasted in Bermondsey, using only organic milk. It’s only downside are the long ques – but that goes to show it’s worth the wait! Located at 2 Park Street, The Borough, SE1
Federation Coffee – These guys roast and blend all their own coffee and you can really taste the difference. The Anzac biscuits, inspired by the owner’s Kiwi roots are to die for. Located at Unit 77-78 Brixton Village Market, SW9.
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