When you’ve had your fill of icily distant baristas, latte art, and the kind of tastefully bland music that soundtracks most London coffee shops, Scooter Caffè near Waterloo is the place for you. This converted motorcycle garage is dusty and distressed, and is filled with old Italian posters, many of which feature nuns riding scooters, obviously. It plays excellent music - mostly from the 1950s, has a cute little patio, serves pretty good coffee and is open late into the night when it takes on more of a dive bar feel.
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