As anyone who’s spent an entire day in a chain coffee shop knows, the amount of people willing to forgo deodorant in order to guarantee personal space and a plug point is extremely high in London. That’s why Greenspeares, a café ten minutes from Knightsbridge station, is such a godsend. This cosy deli is a genuinely comfortable and lovely space to get some work done. The wifi is fast, there’s an upstairs and downstairs area, and plenty of healthy and tasty sounding menu options.
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