The Holy Trinity of London Coffee Shops

London’s coffee shops have upped their game when it comes to wi-fi and coffee quality thanks to the recent freelance revolution which has seen a surge in the number of people working remotely.
We’ve rounded up a few of the capital’s top coffee shops where you can get down to business.

Foxcroft & Ginger Soho 

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Coffice workers flock to this lovely cafe, which takes its coffee very seriously.

Using beans from the Sydney-based The Roasting Party, Has Bean and Caravan, caffeine addicts can expect the coffee to have a smooth clean taste.

Ask the Barista for which seasonal beans are currently on offer. Punters can also choose from a variety of unusual flavours of tea that are made from fresh tea leaves.

There’s also a wide selection of sandwiches, salads, cakes and pastries to feast on.

As well as lightning speed wi-fi, there are also several power points where you can plug in and get working.

TimberYard, Covent Garden


Get your caffeine fix with a generous dose of Has Bean Coffee at this cool coffee shop which boasts epic wi-fi and plenty of plug sockets.

The cheery living room-style cafe is the perfect place to while away a few hours with its comfy sofas and tables created from vintage suitcases.

Treat yourself to a posh sandwich or one of the tasty baked goods on offer: think tarts and cookies, traybakes and teacakes.

If you want something stronger than the huge choice of coffees and specialist teas on offer, choose from a Meantime Brewery beer or a Bibendum wine.

If you’ve some serious business to attend to, you can even book a private meeting room for £50.

Love Shake

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Grab a booth in this American diner-style hipster hangout, which offers wi-fi until 2.30am, loads of plug sockets and free coffee refills throughout the day.

Based in Shoreditch, this media cafe serves up some fabulous traditional and alcoholic milkshakes: think the Oreeto (Amaretto and Oreo cookie flavour) and The Mars Attack (bourbon whisky, peanut butter, toffee and chocolate).

Department of Coffee and Social Affairs 

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Get your daily caffeine boost at this brilliantly-named social hub, which boasts free wi-fi and excellent coffee.

With nine venues across the capital, including Soho, Carnaby Street and Spitalfields Market, this Antipopodean-run establishment offers well-crafted coffee and a tempting range of baked goods.

DCSA prides itself on its humanitarian work, so you can enjoy a coffee here with a clear conscience.

Sacred Cafe 

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Tap up the free wi-fi while sipping a flat white at this New Zealand-style cafe which has Maori-inspired décor and a relaxed vibe.

With four cafes across London, this small chain is justifiably proud of its world-class coffee, blended and roasted to reflect a typical kiwi-style cafe house roast. All teas are loose leaf and are served in an antique or quirky tea pot.

If you need to refuel, there’s a range of pastries, cakes and sandwiches to munch on. There’s also a number of power sockets dotted throughout the shop. 








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