Camden Coffee Shop sell a wide variety of coffees and coffee beans and also serve a selection of coffees for you to try. They only accept cash as a method of payment.
Venue Details & Map
Camden Coffee Shop
11 Delancey StreetPrimrose HillLondonNW1 7NL
- +44 (0)20 7387 4080
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
I had to come to Yelp to review this place, like other posters before me, because this place is a national treasure. My sweetie and I are big fans of single-origin coffee, which makes us a minority in London, but we stumbled across another coffee shop in Camden that referred us to this place, and we are so happy to have found it!
It's a tiny, one-employee shop but this guy really knows his...more
A perfect place for a nice breakfast or brunch. Coffee and cakes are delicious and always fresh. The prices may seem a little steep to some people but I can guarantee it's worth it. Staff is lovely.more
We just stumbled across this place by accident one evening and wondered if it was even open to the public. We returned a week later during business hours, and sure enough, the coffee roasters were turning, and the aroma was intoxicating.
It's a tiny shop with barely enough room for a couple of customers, but the proprietor has about 8 beans or blends on offer, cash sales only. The floor is...more
This little hole in the wall is an absolute London treasure. Finding it by accident was definitely the highlight of my day. I was riding by and saw this little shop that looked like it didn't belong in today's London, but in the London of the past. I looked at my watch and it was 5:30pm, and saw that the sign on the door said the shop was open until 5:30pm. However, the wonderful...more
The shop is so basic and unassuming, that I didn't even notice it for months! Run by one guy, it is basically a shell of a shop, with a few bags of coffee beans, a bean roaster, and a grinder. Tell him what you want - a blend or pure - and he will give you a bag of great coffee, if slightly on the rough side. It's quite exciting to see him roast the beans in the shop (like a hot tombola!),...more