“As long as there was coffee in the world, how bad could things be?”
– Cassandra Clare, City of Ashes
Guys, fancy a cup of coffee? One of London’s features is that there are many nice coffee shops.
Apart from the chain coffee stores, there are many charming coffee shops with amazing coffee, special desserts and a lovely atmosphere.
For me, I need to have coffee every day in the morning, or I will feel tired all day, I might be kind of addicted to coffee. Therefore, I like to explore different coffee shops in London.
Have you guys ever been to “Tap Coffee”?
There are three coffee shops in London
No. 26 Rathbone Place
No. 114 Tottenham Court Road
No.193 Wardour Street
Today we are going to introduce Tap Coffee No.193, the one on Wardour Street. A lovely coffee shop, it is a nice place for you to take a rest in the afternoon at the weekend, with the warmth of the yellow light bulbs and the sunshine spreads into the shop.
In the coffee shop, the sound of the making of the coffee and the smell of the coffee are totally perfect for a relaxing moment, just chilling and without doing anything; it will make your day. I like the wood table and floor of this coffee shop, the texture looks beautiful and warm, and it also matches the wall which is light yellow.
Some customers are using their laptop, some reading books or just chatting with friends. A coffee shop is always an inspiring place for me to think about your weekdays or just refresh your mind. It is always good to sit down and do nothing, don’t you think?
From Tap coffee #Setting
To us, a shop is more than just four walls. It’s a social context, a set in which people make things happens, and London has never failed to provide the script.
You can have your coffee inside the shop or take it away; also they do serve sandwiches, salad and cakes at reasonable prices.
When you order coffee inside the shop, they will give you a small bottle with a card inside, and they will serve your coffee later. They also serve bread and cakes as well, and they are totally perfect for the coffee.
What is your favourite coffee? We ordered a latte and a flat white; it was great with the apple croissant and chocolate brownie, the apple croissant had crunchy pastry and with diced apples inside. What a wonderful Saturday afternoon teatime!
Tap coffee also sell coffee and coffee pots in the store or online, you can make nice coffee at home and there is a variety of coffee flavour for you to choose and enjoy.
Do you guys want to try “Tap coffee”? I would like to go to their other two stores; my friend said it was nice as well with the different decorating of the stores. Why don’t we explore London’s coffee shops together?
“I’d rather take coffee than compliments just now.”
– Louisa May Alcott, Little Women
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Tap Coffee No.193
Wardour Street, W1F 8ZF
Mon-Fri: 8 am-7 pm / Sat: 10 am-6 pm / Sun: 11 am-6 pm
Finally, their Instagram is something you should check out as the photos make their coffee look so adorable.
You can also find Speak Up London on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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