Opened in August 2011, our Marylebone Coffeebar could not be more different to its bigger brother. At just a few hundred square feet in size, Workshop Marylebone has seating for just 14 guests. There is a small, select sandwich and pastry range but the emphasis here is on incredible coffee and customer interaction.
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Workshop Coffee Co. Marylebone
75 Wigmore StreetMayfairLondonW1U 1QD
- +44 (0)20 7487 4902
- Public transport:
- Bond Street, Underground
omg...the best cup of coffee I had during my trip to Europe. I'm spoiled by the hipster coffee in San Francisco...and I hate hipsters. I tolerate because they do great coffee like this place. This is a super hipster place...or it could be.
I saw this place on yelp and we happened to walk by it while looking for a place to eat breakfast (seriously, London doesn't wake before noon...). When I...more
I've popped into Workshop Marylebone a couple of times now when I've been in the area having rather enjoyed brunch at their Farringdon branch. This one is a small coffee bar and, well, on walking in you just know that they know their stuff. It's not a particularly homely place, but it does have window seating which I always appreciate.
Workshop have an excellent range of specialist brewed...more
This was the first cup of coffee I had in Europe.
I arrived jetlagged and confused. The barista corrected me when I accidentally referred to aeropress coffee as drip coffee. I was trying to figure out how to experience their single origin coffee, hoping they offered pour over.
I ordered the Costa Rica El Rodeo. It was so good, I bought a bag of the beans so I could try it through a filter...more
I am a self-proclaimed coffee geek and when I go to a larger city, I tend to try to go to as many of the great coffee shops in town as I can. I was reluctant to do so in London, because when I last lived there, some 8 years ago, the coffee was almost universally terrible. But times have changed and London now has some great coffee, and of all the places I went (I have been told that I hit...more
Workshop is coffee done right. Not only is the coffee strong and well-made, the friendly-staffed store has an overwhelming smell of coffee beans, plus fresh take-away make-at-home bags for sale by the door.
The shop is very small, so it's not the type of place you'd go to meet friends or stay to read (unless you enjoy sitting uncomfortably in the corner with limited lighting). However, the...more