Cafes and Snack Bars in London
45 Northcote Road
Brew on Northcote Road was such a good experience. Best Coffee I've had in london made by a blue haired waiter!
Francis Ebony - 22/08/2008 | report this review
I read the last reviewers comments and can't really believe he can judge a cafe on one cup of tea. It brew as in a brew of coffee. You know what the brittish would drink in coffee houses before the tax and the sad reduction to tea as a substitute.I'm a regular at brew and when you time it right there coffee is sublime. Also all there food is fresh and home made. A real change from boxed sandwhiches and the catered cafe.
A User - 11/02/2008 | report this review
Having not been out of the house all day I decided a trip to the Northcotte Road was a good idea. Fed up of drinking tea in the Towers, I wondered into Brew to have a nice pot of speciality tea.I asked for a pot of Assam and was disappointed that they hadn't even heard of it. Builders it was then. Which was fine if a little bit unexciting. I was keen to have something that we don't have at home.I enjoyed my tea whilst reading my new Anthony Bourdain book, intermittently writing a Christmas list to make sure I've got all the bases covered this year. I felt like I was being watched the whole time... maybe it's paranoia... maybe it was the fact that the place wasn't very busy. It didn't make me want to linger and chill out like the best tea shops do. And they didn't offer me any cakes or flapjacks so I decided to leave and get some on the way home from the market.
A User - 05/12/2007 | report this review
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