Long White Cloud is a café and gallery space located on Hackney Road bordering Shoreditch and Hoxton, near to Columbia Road Flower Market and on the way to Broadway Market.
Long White Cloud has a delicious free-range, fair trade and locally sourced menu. Come by during the week for brunches and coffees or on the weekend for a tasty hangover cure brekkie or brunch.
£25 and under
I wandered lonely like a cloud...
Nope, actually I ran-walked into Long White Cloud in a rush since I was uber-late. This place is an oasis of cute Kiwi attitude in the middle of the often times dubious Hackney Road. It's bigger than it looks from the outside with plenty of seating and big chalkboards to order from.
These Kiwi coffee masters are always wasted on me as I drink americanos and...more
Just moved to London and the area and am delighted with this find. I am working from home at the moment, so I move my office here for an hour or two every morning for break.
Excellent coffee, chilled out tunes, free WiFi, mellow staff, no rush to get out, really tasty treats etc.
Look forward to checking out the evening menu and entertainment.more
Located a few minutes away from Hoxton railway station, Long White Cloud is a Kiwi-owned, free-range, free-trade café-cum-gallery space which serves up interesting brunch-type meals such as smoked salmon scrambled eggs and french toast with bacon and banana.
It was pretty filled at 11 in the morning, but not enough to gather a queue. The interesting thing about this café is the fact that they...more
I made Long White Cloud my waiting room...
As much as I love to hang out in a dog grooming salon (nearby Groom Dog City), I don't. Especially because my dog shakes and looks as if I have sent her to a gas chamber, when it reality I just want her to stop shedding blankets of dog hair over all of my clothes, bedding, floors and surfaces. Really, she's fine. And I need a cookie.
Really great place, friendly staff, cheap drinks that were pretty good. I had a chai latte for £2.00 (a large) and a egyptian mint tea for £1.50.
I stayed til 8.30pm, and must say it really comes alive at night. When the lights are dimmed and the sound of guitars/banjos/harmonicas fill the air, ive never had such a brilliant experience in a coffee shop
(i think it may have been an impromptu...more