Omotesando Koffee started out as a one-man boutique coffee shop but they now have locations in Singapore, Kyoto, across Southeast Asia, and importantly, in Fitzrovia. Decked out in contemporary Japanese pine architecture, grabbing a coffee here feels both relaxing and achingly cool. They have an extensive selection of single origin beans, cold brew options, plenty of matcha on the menu, and their iced cappuccino with bubble milk foam is one of London’s best iced coffees. Heads up, you’re also going to want to get involved in their kashi, a stupidly tasty custard-based snack.
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