Despite sounding like the greatest detective duo that have ever lived, Fernandez and Wells is actually your classic, indie-look coffee spot. Five minutes from all of the big museums in South Kensington, the coffee is a single-origin situation, and although their tall stools can be particularly butt-numbing, there are lots of plugs and some hidden seating around the corner from the till.
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