Monmouth opened its second shop on the corner of Park Street and Stoney Street here in Borough Market in 2001. The coffees on the counter are delivered every day from Monmouth's roasting site in Bermondsey.
Monmouth sells beans (whole and ground), single cone filter coffee and espresso based drinks. The cafe's organic Jersey whole milk is from Jeff Bowles in Somerset and the organic whole cane sugar is from Assukkar, Costa Rica.
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Venue Details & Map
Monmouth Coffee House Borough
2 Park StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9AB
- +44 (0)20 7645 3562
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
Every once in awhile it's great to treat yourself with a Monmouth coffee. On a Saturday, the line runs around the corner. The upside is they have a person going thru the line and taking your order. By the time you get to the cashier, your coffee is hot and ready!
If you sit inside, you can pay $4 a person to pair some bread and jam with your drink.
Definitely recommend and worth a try next...more
Best coffee in London. Real talk.
They also sell their single origin beans, grinding them (or not) to your specifications. If you're around Borough Market early, grab a Ginger-Pig-bacon and egg sandwich from Roast to Go, get your coffee at Monmouth and be happiest, most London person ever.more
Had the most delicious, smooth cappuccino here. Finally understand what the hype is all about. Yes, the coffee is divine - it had a strange soothing effect on me after a long day out and about. If I didn't know better, I would say it had medicinal properties! ;)
I was lucky enough to snag a seat and didn't have to wait in a long line to get my fill of the beans. This was on a Wednesday...more
Had a coffee after lunch on reccomendation. Ordered a flat white as always a decent test of a coffee shop. Friend had a latte.
Well the flat white was identical to the latte... Milk in both was not hot enough and not stretched enough in the FW. It seems that is an all too common occurrence these days.
Beans were the beans of the day which were fresh, not bitter... Pretty nice actually....more
I was recommended this coffee shop by a Londoner and while I spent a month in Italy and France, the coffee culture is not the same as the one I'm used to from New York - well-sourced, single origin roasts prepared excellently. One could say that it's a bit pretentious compared to the relatively straightforward execution of France and Italy, but to me it's just like craft beer culture; it's...more