Monmouth Coffee House serve a variety of sandwiches, snacks and beverages as well as offer coffee tasting sessions and sampling. They are also open to wholesale trade.
Venue Details & Map
Monmouth Coffee House
2 Park StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9AB
- +44 (0)20 7645 3562
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
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Monmouth deserves 5 stars because the coffee is absolutely phenomenal. I personally think it's better than Blue Bottle coffee, which says a lot!
The queue on Saturdays (only day I've been here) are horrific. So beware. The wait is totally worth it though!
The only thing I'd change about Monmouth is the option to buy a larger cup of coffee.more
This is what I remember about my experience at their amazing shop right in the middle of the Borough Market.
Prepare to line-up, but I admit, it goes pretty quick. Someone take care about people and offers to taste some coffee, but why she choose who will get coffee and she do not ask everybody. She recognize the coffee lovers ? Strange.
You order, pay and get your drink...more
Great coffee and you will know it once you smell them. I love their ice latte. It's excellently done with the right proportion of coffee and milk. They taste even better with sugar syrup which I can only find in Monmouth. There are a selection of organic sugar and syrup you can choose to add into your drinks. I saw many people coming in and out to buy their coffee beans and that proves how...more
Great coffee but lines are too long on the weekend. I'm a massive coffee drinker and a bit of an addict. This is definitely one of the better coffees I've had in London. I'm originally from Melbourne, where there's a a big coffee/cafe culture and Monmouth doesn't disappoint.more
Always wanting to try what the locals are getting, I ordered a flat white. It's like a latte or cappuccino but smaller, with more coffee than usual, and with foam that's more stiff than a latte but less stiff than a cappuccino.
Well, it was delicious. They use freshly-roasted beans and it was one of the better coffees I've had. (If you've had a coffee at Stumptown in Portland or NYC it's on...more