If you’re looking for a coffee shop in London, here’s 13 spots – with solid wifi, yummy food, and chilled vibes that make it easy to work.
The list below is grouped by location – but my top 3 are…
- Ship of Adventures (Dalston): for comfort, friendly vibes, and it’s pirate ship interiors. Funky AF. 🏴☠️
- Stour Space (Hackney): for a chilled spot on the river
- Brickwood (Clapham): for zero hassle & the best banana bread I’ve tasted.
If digital nomad pirates existed, this is where they’d go.
Jokes aside – this place is sick.
The ship interior makes it warm and cosy, it’s comfy, and there’s enough plug sockets. And drinks are cheap here.
Just check out the number of people working in the photo below.
Most likely because it’s comfy, light, and has lots of large tables for people to work.
The food’s delish too.
Part cafe, part art gallery – and sometimes part yoga studio too.
When events aren’t booked, you can use the light and airy room on top of the cafe for co-working. Otherwise it’s peaceful chilling on the river.
Hanging chairs in the window, comfy sofas, lots of plugs, swanky smoothies, brick walls… what more can you need?
A specific co-working cafe – with bottomless coffee and super hipster decor.
(If you’re down south, check out their sister branch in Brixton – further down this list)
Another popular co-working spot – with a terrace on the canal, and comfy sofas.
Smaller but light, airy and super cute. And tasty food – specialising in waffles.
Like these waffles, with zahtar-spiced halloumi, avocado, home-made spicy beans with tzatkiki & a fried egg.
Kitsch interior with comfy sofas by the window, wooden tables and lots of plug sockets.
An Aussie cafe that’s super spacious with two floors and a garden, always lots of remote workers, and the best food.
Just up Brixton Hill – Stir’s spacious, with two rooms; one light & airy one with long communal wooden tables & kitsch decorations. And another, darker edgier room at the back too.
Targeting digital nomads during the week – with private booths, charging sockets, and bottomless coffee.
Weekly and monthly co-working memberships too – for £20pp per week, or £40pp per month.
Cute coffee shop with a conservatory at the back, if you want a bit of greenery and light.
Super close to Euston station – so it’s a great place to go if you’ve got a bit of time to kill while waiting for a train.
With long wooden tables, friendly staff, and amazing snacks – like peanut butter cookies – it’s easy to stay here for ages.
So there you have it! A list of 13 coffee shops for digital nomads or workers in London. The list is always growing, with new places popping up all over the place – so please do comment below if you know any more.
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