This is the south London outpost of the popular Kiwi-run coffee shop in Covent Garden, Bullet. As its name suggests, the beans are roasted in-store and are freshly ground to order.
And while its main attraction is undoubtedly its coffee, there's more to this place than flat-whites, espressos, macchiatos and the like. Breakfasts and brunches such as scrambled eggs and salmon and BLT sandwiches look good, as do many of the cakes.
Keep an eye out for barista skills workshops, too.
789 Wandsworth Road
|Opening hours:||Open 7.30am-3.30pm Mon-Fri, 9am-3.30pm Sat, Sun|
|Transport:||Tube: Wandsworth Road rail or bus 87|
|Price:||Espresso £1.50, flat white £2.30|
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Average User Rating
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Most friendly staff I have met in my 8 years in London. Great coffie, and nice bacon and sausages making it a regular breakfast for me :). P.s. kiwi v Aussie story a bit silly and hard to believe seeing as half the staff are kiwi and the only Aussie is very friendly!
I go to the Roastery regularly. It’s a small cosy cafe with its own coffee Roaster. It’s not perfect, but the staff are very friendly, and they serve great coffee. Any comments about people being anti-Kiwi are ridicules, their longer serving members of staff are Kiwi. Some people just love to talk about the same old rivalries.
Waited over 20 minutes in an empty cafe for a boiled egg and toast- the egg arrived actually raw. . . wouldn't trust a kitchen that can't even cook a boiled egg. . .