Best chai latte in london 💘 also super cute shop with nice food. kinda in love with the staff ... highly recommended!
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First visit today even though I am local. The door wasn’t wide enough for my daughters double buggy and staff refused to open a another door that may have allowed it through. A kind customer came to help and lifted it through for us. I...More
Visited This morning to have a hot chocolate and requested to have more water than milk which was a massive problem to the staff. When they were informed that the chocolate was cold, the female serving was very rude, unhelpful and disrespectful when I expressed...More
We arrive for a quick bite before lunch. Pastry was gorgeous as was the tea and hot chocolate. Staff were hard to understand. Didn’t know what we were saying and we are english speaking. Overall however nice atmosphere in the middle of the bustle of...More
Visited for the Lunch Special, food good but did not expect to wait over 20 minutes for a toasted sandwich on a Saturday afternoon. Very poor customer service, by the time I had finished my sandwich my coffee was stone cold and manager when questioned...More
The coffee and cakes are very good. Friendly staff too. It is superb to sit on a Saturday Market day and just do "People watching".
So, we needed a break when strolling in Notting Hill and searched up good coffee spots. I suggest you get your coffee to go, no need to sit down here. The cafe is simply not nice and cosy at all. But the coffee was great...More
Independent coffee shop in great location on Portabello Road, offering a wide range of beans for sale. They also offer varied milks and non dairy options.
This place has great, friendly staff and the quality of the coffee is the best around. It sells lovely tea and coffee to take home and you can take away or sit in the window and watch the world go by.
The Coffee Plant began as a stall in the 1990's. Situated on the corner of Blenheim Crescent and Portobello Road, it's rich inviting aromas pervaded the area, in a time when food stalls were scarce. After the film 'Notting Hill', the proprietor, Ian, ( with...More