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Scootercaffè (formerly Scooterworks) brews its coffees in a strikingly retro 1957 Faema espresso machine. And though owner Craig O’Dwyer is a Kiwi, the air of Scootercaffè is old-school Italian. The space is open late serving beer, wine and spirits, and some snacks are available.

Venue name: Scootercaffè
Address: 132 Lower Marsh
Opening hours: Open 8.30am-11pm Mon-Thur; 10am-midnight Fri, Sat
Transport: Tube: Waterloo tube/rail
Price: Espresso £1.50, latte £1.90

Average User Rating

3.5 / 5

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Staff Writer

Nice little place for a date or a quiet catch up, behind Waterloo station it's surprisingly east to get a seat at one of the few small tables.

Such a great atmosphere, always lovely 60s music and friendly staff.

Drinks are from a slightly limited menu and on the pricier side but they do sell the 40oz Breton ciders which are great sharers. 

There is a very small outside space which you can reserve if you ring ahead- I'd suggest doing this if you're in a group of more than 3-4.

clifford s

Clifford.spent most of my youth working in this place long before it became a café,as this café was my dad Charlies shop for over 20 years, it is fantastic to be able to go back and sit in here,the staff r friendly in this cosy café long may it last


I stumbled across this cafe by chance and I'm glad I did! The beauty of living in London (and big cities around the world) is that while you trip over a Starbucks on every corner, you can usually find a cute, original coffee shop. And this is one of them. Upon entering we were greeted by the resident cat - but instructed not to feed him or he'll get fat. We then ordered two Americanos and took a seat at a quirky table with an antique bong and antique camera. It has a great vibe and the best bit is that two coffees cost me £4!! Right by Waterloo station! The interior has the feel of a flea market with items such an old fashioned pushchair in the window. We will definitely be visiting here again!


Good brick and brack but bad service - prob 20 mins to get a drink and it wasn't too busy.


Wanna earn your 'Hip' & 'Arty' stripes? Then this is the place for you.. Pretentious as all hell with lots of student-types in very expensive looking scruffy clothes - clearly money is required to qualify as an artist. One nice waitress and one very rude young girl with seemingly a lot to prove. Upon entering I think we disturbed the quite, intelligent 'aura' of the place and this was made quite clear by our hostess.


Really cosy little place, two floors, chilled vibe. Had a small selection of bottled beers, only one option when i asked for red wine, a cabernet sauvignon but it was lovely. The staff member serving drinks was really friendly. They don't serve food. Funky decor. Would definatley recommend.