The Winter Tea and Coffee Festival is happening on Friday 2nd – Sunday 4th November. The event is a celebration of our much loved drinks, tea and coffee, with demonstrations, tutored tasting and talks!
When a friend of mine was going to be going out of the country for many months, it just wouldn’t have been right if we didn’t go for a leaving lunch.
Megan’s Deli is the perfect place for a Sunday brunch. This café is small and cute and has small seating areas over a couple of floors. What makes this café special is if you head down the steep stairs, it opens out into a little outdoor garden area.
Coquine is a very chic and boutique-like with its patterned walls, carpeted lightshades, huge wall mirrors and teal green decor! It has a bar area in the middle of restaurant. Secluded at the back of the restaurant is an oval table surrounded by high chairs! A nice setting for having drinks and food with a…
If you want a good range of teas and hot drinks, then Cafe De La Paix is right up your street! They have the regular tea bag teas, herbal teas, coffees, soy milk, but they also have a few extra special teas! It was difficult to decide between the chai tea and the mint tea…
Bluebird Cafe makes up just one part of the Bluebird Courtyard, which includes the cafe, restaurant, shop and bakery. It has a lovely outdoor seating area with the heaters to stop you getting chilly.
Gourmet Pizza Company looks like a beach hut and it may not be exactly next to a beach, but it has the River Thames on its side. The actual location is in Gabriel’s Wharf on the South Bank.
Melanzana was one of those places that we weren’t sure whether to go into or not. This was only because we thought it may just be a take away deli and we wanted somewhere that we could sit in and have hot drinks.
So, as promised we went back to the newly refurbished BFI Cafe. The original review from August 2008 can be seen here: