Best Coffee Shops in Franglish Cities

Everyone loves a good cup of coffee and everyone loves a good coffee shop. We have put together a list of the best places in Franglish cities to get your caffeine fix.

 

London

Kaffeine 

Reknowned for its high standards of coffee and service, Kaffeine is based on the great cafe culture found in Australia and New Zealand. Enjoy a great selection of roasted espressos, loose leaf teas and baked goods.

66 Great Titchfield Street London W1W 7QJ

http://kaffeine.co.uk/Home.html

Alchemy 

Alchemy showcases great coffee from Guatemala, Ethiopia, Costa Rica and Colombia. You can choose from a roster of 5 roasts at a time. There are also a range of cold brews and hand brewed filter coffees available as well as cakes and sandwiches for sustenance.

8 Ludgate Broadway, London EC4V 6DU

http://alchemycafes.co.uk/

 

Paris

Holy Belly

A firm favourite brunch spot. Holy Belly boasts a delicious menu that changes month by month depending in what is in season, a cosy atmosphere and great coffee. Great attention is taken to ensure the best cup of coffee including a reverse osmosis system and the use of high grade beans.

19 Rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Paris

http://holybel.ly/

Téléscope Café

This minimalist establishment is all about the absolute best coffee. Téléscope keeps a small stock of beans from the diverse regions of Kenya, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Honduras and soon Brazil and Colombia. Sit back with un café and enjoy an eclectice mix of jazz and soul music.

5 Rue Villedo, 75001 Paris

http://www.telescopecafe.com/

 

Lyon

Café Mokxa 

Another great spot specialising in expertly crafted coffees, Cafe Mokxa serves a selection of cakes and pastries alongide its lattes. Get there in good time on Sunday morning to try their Sunday brunch.

3 Rue de l'Abbé Rozier, 69001 Lyon

http://www.cafemokxa.com/

Café J'adore

Check out the latte art at Café J'adore. This is a cosy coffee shop for a pitstop or weekend brunch and also serves a range of loose-leaf teas.

46 Montée de la Grande Côte, 69001 LYON

http://www.cafejadore.fr/

 

Nice

Emilie's Cookies 

Make yourself at home at Emilie's Cookies. They have a wonderfully cosy interior, free wifi and serve delicious cakes and cookies. Check out their menu and list of teas and coffees.

9 rue alberti 06000 Nice

http://www.emiliescookies.com/

Café Marché 

Café Marché serves an impressive range of teas and coffees, breakfast, lunch and dinner and showcases the work of local artists. Another homely spot with free wifi this is well worth a visit if you're passing by.

2 rue Barillerie 06300 Nice

http://www.cafe-marche.fr/

Lille

The Coffee Makers 

Check out this espresso bar in Lille. The shop serves teas and coffees and home made cakes.

151 Rue de Paris, 59800 Lille

https://www.facebook.com/coffee.lille

Meert 

Take afternoon at Meert tearoom in Vieux Lille. A fine selection or cakes and pastries are available and have been baked on the premises since 1849. Don't miss their signature waffles and vanilla cream. The tearoom also serves fullscale lunches.

27 Rue Esquermoise, 59800 Lille

http://www.meert.fr/salon-de-the.html

Bordeaux

D'accord Coffee lounge 

D'accord Coffee Lounge is bringing coffee culture to Bordeaux. The lounge serves classic teas coffees and a menu of handmade snacks and lunches and has free wifi available.

56 Rue du Château d'Eau, 33000 Bordeaux   

  http://www.daccordcl.com/                                       

Montpellier

Café BUN 

A great spot for coffee lovers, Cafe Bun serves a good cup of coffee and a range of cakes and pastries. They have an excellent choice of blends to choose from and serve lunch as well as snacks.

5 Rue des Étuves, 34000 Montpellier

https://www.facebook.com/BUNcafe

Coffee Club 

Insired by the UK's coffee scene, Coffee Club offers the best coffees from all over the world, roasted locally and freshly delivered to the shop every week. They have built a community of coffee lovers and are passionate about creating the best possible drink.

12 Rue Saint-Guilhem, 34000 Montpellier

http://www.coffeeclub.fr/

Image credits:

Pixabay

http://kaffeine.co.uk/Gallery12.html

Mathildes cuisine blog

velevet via wikipedia


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