Culminating Cafés

Posted on November 30th 2017 / Wil Loughborough

The streets of London are filled with a plethora of cafés, each with their own unique character. There are places to sit down or to grab a cup of coffee on the go. The phrase, “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” surely can be applied for the hard-working lifestyle of the people living around The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Coffee, tea, cappuccinos, espressos, anything that keeps us moving throughout the day fortunately can be found just about on any street corner in sight. This is why Jeremy Jacob Letting Specialists would like to highlight a few of the best places around the area where our residents can start or re-start their days.



This pleasantly perfect café/restaurant is located just down the road from the Gloucester tube station on 25 Gloucester Rd in Kensington. With an extraordinarily friendly and welcoming staff, it’s easy to become a regular at this grub-worthy gastropolous. A lovely way to start the day, with exceptional tea and coffee, enjoying a wholesome meal is easy as being in and out within an hour.





This all-day Breakfast/Brunch café called EGG BREAK is located just a short walk from the Notting Hill tube station, and features egg focused dishes until the dim hours of the afternoon. With relaxing vibes and an upstairs as well as a basement seating area, the breakfast experience along this quiet street is unmatched and comes with deliciously appealing caffeine options for every person.




This hip on-the-go style coffee shop is incredibly modern. The café is perfect for those who want to grab something on the go, and the service is astonishingly fast. This shop has an particularly contemporary feel, especially in the layout and decorations. Find this boutique across the street from the Earl’s Court tube station. You can expect a selection of all types of coffee and pastries – we would recommend the banana bread! 





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