24 April 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 : 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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