Algerian Coffee Stores was opened in 1887 by Mr Hassan. With over a century of experience in the world of coffee and using the finest Arabica beans, and with over 60 different blends available, Algerian Coffee Stores are one of the leading coffee experts in the UK, specialising in the creation of new exclusive blends to suit the individual entrepreneur.
Venue Details & Map
Algerian Coffee Stores
52 Old Compton StreetSohoLondonW1D 4PB
- +44 (0)20 7437 2480
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
I've only got into coffee in the last year or two but wow. This tiny place in Soho has a coffee for £1! And the range of beans which you can take away whole or grounded is epic! Their is so much choice and when you walk inside you can almost sense the history of the place. I looked it up after I went again last week (I went and bought a batch of grounded Bolivian beans which I love to take...more
A true Soho tradition. Algerian Coffee stores forms part of a triumvirate of my favourite Soho coffee stores. In terms of hot beverages they offer a small range of take away coffees for a fraction of the price one would find at a typical chain coffee shop. I love popping in for an Espresso to drink whilst meandering the streets and shops. Furthermore they have a wide range of coffee beans and...more
The smell of coffee hits you before you get through the door.
The shop is small but welcoming and they sell a wide range of coffee beans for very reasonable prices or you can order an espresso shot/black americano to go for £1. Seriously the best coffee in soho and probably the cheapest, I would recommend this to any coffee lover.more
The Algerian Coffee Shop has been my saving grace on a number of I'm-so-hung-over-I-think-I'm going-to-die but I have to go to work occasions. They are the coffee connoisseurs of Soho and the 100 year-old traditional counter is a real treat to be served from.
They sell an amazing list of coffee and teas to take away at dirt cheap prices. An Espresso is only 70p, probably the cheapest (and...more
Do not go to this shop expecting to get a coffee or have a wide range of 'to go' coffees. This is a place to go pick up your beans and brew them yourselves.
They only had one brew available 'to go', and no heavy whipping cream or even half and half.
They WERE very nice, and the shop had an amazing selection. Too bad you can't try it right there on the spot!more