Frith Street

You won’t find many coffee houses with opening hours like our Frith Street store – serving coffee from 7 AM until 4 AM in the morning. This isn’t just because it’s London and we know that people want coffee at most hours of the day, but because Frith Street in…

You won’t find many coffee houses with opening hours like our Frith Street store – serving coffee from 7 AM until 4 AM in the morning. This isn’t just because it’s London and we know that people want coffee at most hours of the day, but because Frith Street in itself is wholly unique.

Lined with European cafes and restaurants, it’s as if a small part of Italy has come to life in the capital.

Our coffee house invites you inside for some of the best people-watching you’ll find in the centre of the city, as well as a great coffee. Our bar is a reconstructed mirrored room – of Flemish origin – from an old chateau, lending an element of ornate glamour to the space. We’ve contrasted this with industrial features, such as the old turnstile tables to hook your bags and feet onto, and the exposed steel frames of the building.

Lined along the front with Parisian-style tables, we hope you’ll enjoy this edition of our European Coffee House in a place no better suited than Frith Street.

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