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 StreetLondonW1D 4PB
- +44 (0)20 7437 2480
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Algerian Coffee Stores
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
Coffee? That's not booze. Well not every drink has to have alcohol you know. Turning a blind eye to your Costa's and your Starbucks with their 'Christmas' cups. One in the heart of London has seen it all. Literally.
Algerian Coffee Stores on Old Compton St. When you walk inside you can almost sense the history of the place that has been around since 1887! I've only got into coffee in the... 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
As i was walking by, a shiny storefront caught my eye... http://www.yelp.co.uk/biz_photos/6gV-0CW_Gl4lhwsql5_f-g?select=QJtgfFzd42-jpXBILAm0IA.
My subconscious mind would not let me pass by without further investigation. My jaw dropped at all the beautiful coffee presses, percolators, beans, chocolates and italian candies!
This shop is my little temple to coffee.
Oh java,... more
Want to get some coffee beans that are fresh and are from exotic places? Then this place is a mecca for coffee and tea lovers.
They have a huge selection of fresh coffee beans and tea leaves so that every time you come in you will want to try as many as possible. Some of my favourite blends are the Indonesian Sulawesi and Ethiopian Yirgacheffe.The prices start from £4.50 per 250g to £20 per... more