Let’s continue the journey from my last week’s article about my favourite Insta worthy coffee shops around London. I realised I have too many to fit in 1 article and I did not want to cut any of them out. Here comes part 2.

The Blue Corner

79-81 Hammersmith Rd, London W14 8UZ

Blue corner

This is a hidden, local gem, which I discovered recently. Gorgeous spot for picture taking with its rustic, homey feel and mismatched furniture. The only bit I do not like is the prices. For the area, it is too expensive. My advice, have a coffee, take your snaps and go and have breakfast somewhere else.

Coco Momo

25 Gloucester Rd, Kensington, London SW7 4PL

Coco Momo

I love this place. I accidently stumbled upon it back in the far 2010, the first day I arrived in London. Since then I feel we have a special connection, go figure. Gorgeous interior, good food, not pricey. The tables have marble tops, perfect for ‘Gramming some good old flat lays. Here is my cat unicorn case again 🙂

Coco Momo

The Potting Shed, Firmdale

39 Dorset Square, Marylebone, London NW1 6QN

The potting shed

The potting shed

I recently discovered this Marylebone gem. There is brunch galore in there with a la carte and buffet options. I really need to go back and try the pancakes, as I could not decide on the day between sweet and savoury. Went for savoury and now have massive pancake FOMO.

The Ivy, Chelsea

195 -197 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 5EQ

The Ivy

Where the rich and famous gather brunch on the inside, and where fashion bloggers gather for photo shoots on the outside. You cannot come to London and not try this place. At least taking a selfie with its always ‘dressed to impress’ exterior. If you want to brunch, just ask at the door. It is more likely to get a table this way than trying to book.

The Ivy

Fabrique, Notting Hill

212 Portobello Rd, London W11 1LA


I have written a whole article on Fabrique Notting Hill. This is where I stumbled upon this Swedish beauty, full of Insta worthy moments. The perfect buns, the tiles, the cups. It is all perfection. The taste of everything is to die for. Definitely a must visit.

This completes part 2 of my guide. Check out part 1 here, and in the meantime I will be working on Part 3.

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