Inside The Pantechnicon - a grand building in Belgravia, with columns and a cream paint job - you can find a lovely ground floor café which has spots across Japan, Korea, Thailand, France, and the U.S. Café Kitsuné's first U.K outpost is all exposed brick and foliage, with a drinks menu that includes a kinako iced almond latte, blossom iced matcha latte, and a floral rose syrup that tastes like spring. Our favourite is the almond latte, and you should also know that they have a few chunky sandos you’ll probably want to get involved in.
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