Time to Discover: Cute Cafes in London

Looking for cute cafes in London? The city is jam-packed full of pretty coffee shops that are just waiting to be explored. These are the spots you shouldn’t miss. 

Look, you’re either the kind of person that buys into the pretty cafe vibes or just rolls your eyes and walks on by. If you’re the latter – this article isn’t for you. 

However, if you’re in search of London’s most beautiful cafes (and ones that also happen to serve up delicious food and drink too) then read on my friends. 

Pretty Cafes in London

Biscuiteers

Situated in the romantic Notting Hill area, Biscuiteers has got to be one of the most beautiful cafes in London. Its black and white theme gives it an old fashioned twist that makes it even more photographable. 

But this cafe is not just about aesthetics, they make a variety of customised, hand-iced biscuits that are almost too pretty to eat. Grab a beautifully decorated biscuit, or ask for a custom order to take away while you sip back a delicious cup of joe. 

Opening hours: 10 am – 6 pm

Address: 194 Kensington Park Road, London, United Kingdom

Farm Girl Cafe

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Monday mornings start here. 🍳☕️

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Farm Girl Cafe is looking to bridge the gap between a coffee shop and a healthy restaurant. It brings London a nutritious, farm-fresh brunch option in the heart of Notting Hill. Plants hang around the restaurant making it look like an inviting indoor jungle.

Try their gluten-free buckwheat pancakes topped with cacao nibs, sour cherry jam, cocoa shavings, and Greek yoghurt if you’re really looking for a treat!

Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 5 pm

Saturday and Sunday: 9 am – 6 pm

Address: 59A Portobello Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 3DB, United Kingdom

Read Next: The Notting Hill Cafe Guide

Peggy Porschen

Walking into Peggy Porschen can only be described as entering a pastel pink, dreamlike state. It’s impossible to scroll through Instagram for long before coming across one of London’s many influencers indulging in a slice of heaven at this cute cafe.

This is the place to be if you’re really in the mood for a girly atmosphere and craving a sweet treat. Cakes, cupcakes and biscuits are just a few of the delights you’ll get the opportunity to indulge in at this heavenly pink paradise. It’s the perfect place to bring your friend for the ultimate birthday treat – she’s sure to snap the picture she deserves on her special day.

Opening hours: Sunday – Friday: 10 am – 8 pm

Saturday: 9 am – 8 pm

Address: 219 King’s Road, Chelsea, London SW3 5EJ

Daisy Green Collection

If there’s one thing this Soho cafe does well, it’s an Instagrammable meal. Take a seat at their spacious window tables while you watch the world go by. The downstairs and outside section of this cafe has been completely transformed into an otherworldly experience.

It has an Alice in Wonderland type feel to it, making it the perfect place to snap a few pics. If not of your exquisite meal, then of the beauty that surrounds you. The walls are covered in floor to ceiling artworks that make it stand out from many of the other cute coffee shops in the area. Try out some of their signature nibbles, or tuck into a bottomless brunch, depending on your hunger levels.

Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 7 am – 5 pm

Saturday and Sunday: 8 am – 5 pm

Address: 20 Seymour St, Marylebone, London W1H 7HX

Aubaine 

If you’re a flower lover, you’ll go absolutely crazy for the beautiful lilac wisteria that hang from the ceiling of Aubaine. And the best part? They won’t give you allergies and they bloom all year round because they’re not real – but they ARE pretty convincing.

This cafe serves delectable French cuisine in the heart of Selfridges. Indulge in a delicious meal along with French wine, or a cup of coffee. The eye-catching flowers might draw you in, but the relaxed ambience and delicious food will keep you there for hours.

Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 10 am – 10 am

Saturday: 10 am – 9 pm

Sunday: 11:30 am – 6 pm 

Address: 2nd floor, 400 Oxford St, Marylebone, London W1A 1AB, United Kingdom

Saint Aymes

Saint Aymes is yet another floral paradise. Seasonal flowers hang in the window displays making this cafe ever so inviting all year round. 

Indulge in a decadent selection of patisserie desserts or savoury snacks. But whatever you do, snap a pic before putting it into your mouth.

If you’re just popping in and out, be sure to add a lovely strong takeaway coffee to your order. It’s sure to perk you up along with a crispy croissant on the side. 

Opening hour: Monday – Friday: 12 am – 5 pm

Saturday and Sunday: 12 am – 6 pm

Address: 59 Connaught St, St George’s Fields, London W2 2BB, United Kingdom

Milke Beach 

Despite the name, don’t expect to have sandy toes when you leave this spotlessly clean cafe. If you’re looking for an aesthetically-pleasing cafe, where everything seems to be a subtle shade of white – you’ve just found it.

Milk Beach in Queen’s Park serves a variety of speciality coffees and organic wines. Tuck into their all-day brunch, or bring a couple of friends to enjoy their wonderful sharing platters in the evening. 

Be sure to check their website for events as they often host live bands in the evenings which creates a vibrant atmosphere.

Opening hours: Monday and Tuesday: 8 am – 4 pm

Wednesday – Saturday: 8 am – 11 pm

Sunday: 8 am – 8 pm

Address: 19 Lonsdale Road Queen’s Park NW6 6RA, United Kingdom

Fait Maison

Fait Maison is undoubtedly one of the prettiest cafes in London. Its floral decorations are certainly a sight to behold, and the pastel pink theme makes it easy on the eyes. Their cakes, cupcakes and biscuits are all major drawing cards, but they serve delicious main meals too.

Relax in their French style furniture with a steaming hot cup of coffee, in this beautiful setting it’s sure to go down a treat.

Opening hours: Monday – Saturday: 7 am – 8 pm

Sunday: 8 am – 8 pm

Address: 50 Gloucester Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 4QT, United Kingdom

Read Next: The Kensington Cafe Guide

Paper and Cup

This rustic cafe in Shoreditch has recently gone viral on Instagram for its simplicity and quaint, cosy feel. Influencers from all over London are visiting Paper and Cup for its aesthetic appeal as well as for the fact that its a non-profit cafe looking to do good for the community.

The cafe is stocked with ethical snacks and cakes, as well as books from local creatives. The old-fashioned feel keeps people coming back, if not for the coffee, then at least for a photograph. 

Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 8 am – 5 pm

Saturday: 9 am – 5 pm

Sunday: 10 am – 5 pm

Address: 18 Calvert Ave, Hackney, London E2 7JP, United Kingdom

Elan Cafe

You’ll struggle to find a more photographed cafe in London than this absolute gem! Elan is a haven for Instagram influencers, and the photo opportunities in this joint are absolutely endless. Just check out their Instagram to see why.

From their pink cushioned seats to a pink sweet selection that could make Willy Wonker jealous, everything is picture perfect at this cafe.

What’s better? They have a few branches in London to choose from. These are located in Belgravia, Regent Street, Bicester Village, Oxford Circus, Knightsbridge, Selfridges, Mayfair and South Kensington.

Opening hours: Monday – Sunday: 8 am – 12 am

Address: 239 Brompton Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 2EP, United Kingdom

Monocle Cafe

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Churros with chocolatte caramel sauce, so yummy!

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Monocle Cafe is not only pretty from the outside, but this cute London cafe serves a delightful selection of treats. Order one of their hearty pasta dishes, a toasted sandwich to go, or satisfy your sweet tooth with churros and dipping chocolate (drool).

This cafe serves as an arty backdrop to any photograph with its signature black and white awning, and their meals are just as photo-worthy. This picturesque cafe should be on any Instagrammer’s list of places to go in London. 

Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 7 am – 8 pm

Saturday: 8 am – 8 pm

Sunday: 8 am – 7 pm

Address: 18 Chiltern St, Marylebone, London W1U 7QA, United Kingdom

Map of Cute Cafes in London 

Click here for a map of the locations featured in this guide. 


There are cute coffee shops in London tucked around every corner and, quite frankly, it’s simply impossible to see them all.

I hope this guide has given you a little more insight into the ones you should be checking out first. Whether it’s to capture the perfect Instagram post or to meet up with friends, there’s a huge variety of cool cafes in London to choose from.

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