Milkbar is a discrete little coffee shop in Soho, that’s popular without ever getting too busy. It’s also friendly, which isn’t something you expect right in the heart of W1. The coffee is great, there’s plenty of seating, and the music is just right. Plus, it’s open till 5.30 every evening.
Milkbar is permanently closed.
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