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Best coffee shops in Shoreditch

When in Shoreditch there are a few things that you never find yourself short of… trendy cocktail bars, street art and galleries, vegan restaurants and pop-up stalls and, you guessed it, coffee shops. Shoreditch locals love a latte almost as much as avocado on rye and it shows. Let your nose do the work and sniff out the unmistakable scent of rich roasted beans and it’s bound to lead you to one of Shoreditch’s coffee shops.

Spontaneity not your thing? Take a look at our list of the best cafes and coffee shops in Shoreditch and you’ll have that caffeine fix quicker than you can say double shot espresso.

Origin Coffee Roasters

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Leading Lights: Off the Ground Coffee Owner, Josh Brodie has evolved @offthegrounduk into a social enterprise in Middlesbrough, offering suspended coffees for people in need, breakfast clubs for the homeless and cinema nights for recovering addicts. He believes in the power of people and recognises the importance of creating a warm and welcoming space for his staff and customers. Since opening in 2017, Off the Ground is now a popular hub for local projects, charities and community groups in the city. The team serve every cup of coffee to the highest standard and ensure quality and care are at the heart of everything they do. They’ve also recently started baking in-house, so expect plenty of delicious new goods to try over the coming few weeks. 📷: @call_the_barista

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Trading directly with farmers sourced on their yearly travels around the world, Origin Coffee Roasters take their trade just as seriously as producing the coffee itself. Their passion for responsibly sourced coffee beans comes through in the drinks they serve, you can tell that every cup is brewed with delicacy and expertise.

Better still, Origin also have their own bean and coffee machine shop so you can enjoy their wonderful produce from your own home. Visit their flagship shop in Shoreditch for a taste of the good stuff and bite to eat too, including sandwiches, toasties and homemade granola.

Average coffee price: £2.80

Shoreditch Grind

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It’s a beautiful morning for an iced coffee. ☕

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The Godfather of Shoreditch coffee, Grind has become somewhat of a rite of passage for coffee enthusiasts in this part of London.

Marking its territory on Old Street roundabout since 2011, Grind is the go-to not just for coffee but cocktails and great food too. Tuck into one of their all-day brunch options (we recommend the sweet potato harissa cakes) with a classic flat white on the side and your day can’t go wrong – and if it does, you know where to go for an espresso martini to drown your sorrows.

Average coffee price: £3.60

Ozone Coffee Roasters

Originating in New Zealand in 1998, Ozone Coffee Roasters are all about ‘arohanui’ or ‘big love’ – bringing people together and celebrating human interaction.

Step into their Leonard Street coffee shop and you can feel their mantra come to life. The vibe at Ozone is great, and it’ll make you want to stay long after your last sip. Along with their choices of Ethiopian, Bolivian and Costa Rican beans, guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner here too.

Putting sustainable whole-cycle food production at the heart of their cooking, you can expect to choose from dishes such as banana bread with hazelnut butter and smoked fish kedgeree.

Average coffee price: £2.60

 

Barber & Parlour

More than just a Shoreditch coffee shop, Soho House-owned Barber & Parlour doubles up as a barber, hairdresser and cinema in its epic three-storey building on Redchurch Street.

It’s more of a day out here than a quick cup o’ Joe but that doesn’t take away from the fact that their coffee is delicious. Plus, who doesn’t love killing two or even three birds with one stone? Sip on a cold brew coffee or a matcha latte whilst waiting your turn for a short back and sides and take in the impressive rustic interiors of this Shoreditch hotspot.

Average coffee price: £3.00

Fix126

If you think yourself something of a coffee connoisseur then Fix126’s menu should suit you down to the ground.

Boasting a blend made exclusively for Fix, this is a Shoreditch coffee shop that takes itself seriously (and that’s saying something). Offering single origin beans served only as either espresso or macchiato, guests can choose from blends with sweet toffee apple and pecan notes or richer dried fruit and treacle flavours.

Whilst Fix126 also offer breakfast and light bites, their main focus is the coffee. And since they’ve been running since 2009, we’re not going to argue with that.

Attendant

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When your week just keeps getting better!! Attendant is participating in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme 🤎 From 3rd – 31st August, every Monday – Wednesday, you can get 50% off the entire Attendant menu at all 3 locations up to a maximum of £10 per diner. Let us break it down for you; ☕️ Flat white £1.55 🧊 Iced latte £1.75 🥑 Avocado toast £3.75 🥞 French toast £4.00 🥓 Bacon brioche £3.00 🍌 Banana bread £1.75 Our team runs a slick safety operation upon arrival with temperatures being checked, hands sanitised and track & trace details taken when seated. Please note the discount is only valid on dine in orders. We look forward to seeing you all in the coming weeks! Photo credit 📷 @ginagoesto

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Offering coffee from its very own roastery, Attendant celebrates sustainably sourced green coffee beans that are brewed with scientific precision and ruthless quality control. Don’t believe us, take a look at their brew guides to see just how much of a fine art brewing coffee can be for a serious barista.

If a shot of espresso isn’t perfect, it simply won’t be served. Choose from a range of typical coffee favourites such as an americano or mocha and pair this with an avocado smash or bircher muesli from the brunch menu and your day’s off to a strong start. Guests can also purchase beans and coffee brewing equipment from Attendant’s shop so you can take the best part home with you. And with an ever-expanding repertoire of shops to their name, it won’t be long before you can enjoy an Attendant coffee wherever you might be in London.

Average coffee price: £3.20

Bell Boi

This is a Shoreditch coffee shop with a fairly unique USP, they offer not only a hot cup of coffee, but luggage storage too. A commuter’s dream. Bang in the middle of Shoreditch High Street and Brick Lane, Bell Boi stands out for it’s bold street art mural at the entrance that welcomes a high percentage of Shoreditch’s hipsters through its doors. Serving freshly brewed Melbourne-style coffee accompanied with vegetarian and vegan cakes and pastries, plus a locker for your luggage, this is a convenient one stop shop for anyone passing through Shoreditch for a day or less.

Average coffee price: £2.80

If you’re a coffee lover on the prowl for a world-class cappuccino on the streets of Shoreditch, why not check one of our recommendations out and let us know what you think on Facebook or Instagram with #marshandparsons.

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