20 August 2014


66 Great Titchfield Street, London W1W 7QJ

£15.00 Cafes Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia
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  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 7.30am-6pm (Sat 9am- ) Sun 10am-5pm

Square Meal Review of Kaffeine ?

The Antipodean invasion of London’s coffee culture continues with this indie outfit set up by an Aussie/Kiwi team. Pitched in the heart of Fitzrovia, within striking distance of Oxford Street’s retail jungle, Kaffeine sets out its stall with funky music, highly trained baristas & an eye for quality when it comes to beans, grinding & serving the brown stuff. A top-of-the-range Synesso Cyncra machine delivers pitch-perfect espresso, & the choice also extends to flat whites, long blacks, Americanos & suchlike. To go with your chosen cup, the weekly market-led menu promises baguettes & focaccias, savoury tarts & vibrant salads (pecorino with rhubarb, sorrel, mango & mixed seeds, say), plus masses of baked treats – brownies, blondies, Anzac biscuits, ‘pinky snaps’, Portuguese tarts & more besides. Hip breakfasts, too.

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  1. Published : Sunday, 20th July 2014

    Rate My Bistro :: Kaffeine – Fitzrovia

    Glorious blue sky summer days means the pleasure of making the most of the great outdoors but also taking the chance for a relaxed lunch. Kaffeine is a very popular cafe with queues coming out the door at busy times. Wooden panels and crate like tables make up the small seating area with some high stools near to the counter. There is a bench outdoors too. Kaffeine serves up one of the best smoothest coffees and one that I would return for. The Americano decaf was served in a matching black cup and saucer with soy milk. The food is displayed in the counter fridge and includes toasted foccacia sandwiches, baguettes, tarts and salads. As the food is seasonal, Kaffeine has a menu that changes each week...
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  2. Published : Tuesday, 26th March 2013

    Brunch etc. :: Coffee at Kaffeine

    An Antipodean coffeeshop, in the spirit of Workshop Coffee Co, Kaffeine serves up excellent coffee alongside a tempting weekly-changing menu of light bites and tasty baked treats (tragically there were no Afghan biscuits on the day of my visit, but if you ever get a chance to try them, do - these rich crumbly chocolate cookies are one of my all-time favourites!)...
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