Wouter loves his cup of good espresso, so whenever we’re somewhere near a coffee hotspot, we make sure to pay a visit. Important to me is that they serve cappuccinos with plant based milk and I prefer nut milk over soy, so when we were in London I read about Workshop Coffee Co I knew we had to go there for a coffee stop.
We needed a break from the super crowded Oxford Street, so we went through a little alleyway next to H&M and ended up on St. Christofer’s Place, where you’ll find one of the Workshop Coffee Co. coffeebars. We were actually a bit hungry as well, so we also ordered a sandwich and a croissant.
They serve their own locally roasted coffee, and the bar has a ‘neighbory’ feeling, you don’t need to be dressed like a hipster to blend in. This proves the coffee is actually really good. All types of people walk in to order their coffee to go.
Wouter ordered an espresso, as usual and I ordered an cappuccino with almond milk. We also got to glasses of water without even asking for it, score! We ordered a smoked chicken, brie and apple sandwich and a croissant.
The photo I shared of my sandwich on Instagram:
‘sourcing, roasting and serving the best coffee possible’
The coffee was really good and so was the food. It was a perfect spot to have a break before we dived back into the crowds of tourists again. Loved it!
Workshop Coffee Co
1 Barrett Street