Coffee at the London market not every tourist knows about

What I always liked in London is local markets, whether it’s fresh vegetables stalls or designer accessorizes. There are several well-known markets in the city – Portobello Road, Borough Market and Spitalfields to name a few. But what attracts me more are small areas, usually just one street called a market. They are not busy […]

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Red bricks coffee shop Ozone Coffee Roasters

Ozone Coffee Roasters is known to be one of the most popular artisan coffee shops in London. The possibility to dine there makes this place attractive from early morning until late evening. I was greeted by a very nice girl who let me choose my own seat. This was a good beginning because I generally like such […]

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Labour and Wait – The Shop Of Simple Things

I started talking about trendy places in Shoreditch and Redchurch Street earlier this week. A minute away from ‘Barber and Parlour’ there is the ‘Labour and Wait’ shop offering functional products for the home. I like that the idea of simplicity and minimalism is becoming more and more popular nowadays. For me personally it means […]

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A Coffee Shop in A Public Toilet?

Yes.. A former underground Victorian toilet has been converted into a coffee shop. Original tiles, urinals and even the cisterns remain the same. I read about The Attendance a few months ago in Time Out, and came across it accidentally. This toilet was built at the end of 19th century and was not in use […]

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