I was wondering what the Flat white is, I tasted, I loved!
So creamy, and smooth. Obviously light in coffee. I liked to taste that with their "Amaze Balls - 50p", a chocolate ball. Yummy.
The staff remain super nice, even they seamed to be busy. I waited quite a long time before I got my drink but was fine, I wasn't in a rush.
The joint is a bit small, but it is not difficult to get a seat.more
The care given to soya milk coffees is lacking these days. I ordered a flat white last weekend and my partner ordered a latte, and what came out were two sort of lattes (with froth) in layers of curdled soy milk. Flat White used to be one of my top spots in London and, to be fair, the coffee itself was still okay (just not the preparation). I might still consider it if I wanted an espresso on...more
Apparently the coffee here is good. But i don't drink coffee so I'll take everyone else's word for it.
I had the avocado and goat cheese toasty and it wasn't anything crazy, but it was decent. So i had another toastie, (don't judge me i was really hungry) the Manchengo, red pepper and tomato and it was super nice.
The space is simple and small, so if you can score a table you're winning!more
Flat white sets the rules for smooth coffee in London. Their coffee is so easy to drink and the flavours outstanding. I wouldn't mind a more dense roast to be precise.
Outstanding coffee with this place being one of the initiators of the new wave of coffee shops in London.
There's not much more to say really - pastries are tasty, coffee is on the expensive side (we're talking pennies here...more