The RWRD Guide To The Best Coffee In Clapton
We take a look at some of the best shops featured on RWRD in Clapton, London.…
Walthamstow is at the end of the Victoria line and is as close as you can get to the countryside without leaving the city. Home to leafy Epping Forest and Walthamstow Market, it is turning into an evolving young suburb. It’s industrial heritage revels in east london pie and mash spirit. New restaurants, bars and venues are popping up in the area every month, so we’ve picked a few of our favourites.
Located just next to the High Maynard reservoir, Deja Brew is a great little place and totally reasonably priced for delicious coffee, tea, breakfast and lunch.The reviews say it all, with 5 stars all round, Deja Brew truly is a welcoming spot with down to earth staff who care about you having a great experience.
P.S. Make sure to try out some home baked goodies when you pop down!
?8 Forest Rd, E17 6JJ
Incoming Coffee have three spots across North East London, The team serves excellent specialist coffee alongside some tasty treats. Be sure to try one of their delicious veg sandwiches, sourced from only the very best ingredients, or bring along your laptop for some strong wifi connection and a calming atmosphere.
They also have retail bags in store so you can take that Incoming Coffee feeling home with you!
?3-4 Station Approach, London E17 9GY
?36A St James St, E17 7PF
?393 Mare St, E8 1HY
Founded in 2019 by social entrepreneur and refugee Usman Khalid, Haven Coffee is a coffee brand with a social mission. With professionally trained baristas and organic high-quality blends, Haven can give you a perfect cup of coffee to start your day.
What’s more, each cup of Haven Coffee supports refugee communities across the UK, from promoting refugee artists to organising events both visual and performing art, as well as providing barista training to those refugees who are looking to build a new professional life for themselves.
?76 St Mary Rd, E17 9RE
A yoga, pilates and barre studio, with home to an inhouse vegetarian cafe. They have a range of fresh and healthy food to enjoy, as well as a space to relax and hang out after class. The cafe is open to all, whether or not you are attending class at East of Eden.
They boast coffee from Wood St Coffee, turmeric, chai and matcha latte, other herbal teas, fresh smoothies and kombucha, as well as their usual urn of complimentary tea to help yourself to, if a cuppa and some company is what you’re after.
?Studio 1, 14 Hatherley Mews, E17 4QP
Coffee Boxx opened in 2018 and is an independent brunch spot run by Sunny & Vik, who have a passion for all things coffee and food. They have been your neighbourhood coffee shop since 2018 and take great pride in being a place for the whole community to gather and do their thing.
Whether you are catching up with friends, need a game-changing brunch, want a quick caffeine fix before catching the train or just a place to work on your latest project, they have you covered.
?125 Wood St, E17 3LL
In Chingford, there is no better place to grab a coffee than with Mark and his team at The Corner Cafe. They specialise in breakfasts and delicious brunches, served with a smile. Check out a glowing review from one of their locals;
“This cafe is the definition of a real corner cafe! It’s the best food I’ve tasted in years! Full of flavour and made with love! The staff members were really polite, professional and respectful. I genuinely have nothing negative to say, as this cafe is the best in town!”
?1 The Broadway, London E4 9LQ
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