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This coffee place is located underneath the arches of Kentish Town West overground station, which means it's not particularly central (five minutes from the high street), and capacity is around a dozen, so tables may be hard to come by. While you’ll find commuters using the station upstairs, this is a locals’ spot, and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. If you’re someone who can’t drink coffee without real milk, you should be aware that Fields has adopted an all-vegan menu, and that includes what they put in their coffee.

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