The Fields Beneath

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Kentish Town

A lovely little neighbourhood coffee bar hangout right next door to Kentish Town West overground station.

The Fields Beneath is a classic about Kentish Town local history written by long-time resident Gillian Tindall, and the name is appropriate for this coffee bar: TFB has a real neighbourhood feel. It isn’t surprising that K-Towners have taken to it enthusiastically since it opened late in 2012. The place is tiny, with just four tables but ample space for the takeaway crowd (many emanating from the Overground station next door).

TFB originally bought beans from a variety of roasters, but early in 2015 switched to roasting its own in collaboration with Coffee by Tate. It has always been of high quality, both in beans and in brewing. But you could easily come here just for the food. A monster cookie, dense with dark chocolate, was sublime and sizeable. Current offerings include a vegan dhal, and excellent baked goods are provided by the owner's mother.

During a pleasant half-hour visit, crowds came in search of sandwiches to take away, while our table companions chatted merrily to each other and to the staff. TFB has become an integral and much-loved part of the KT family. Let’s hope the love continues.

Venue name: The Fields Beneath
Contact:
Address: 52a Prince of Wales Road
London
NW5 3LN
Opening hours: Open 7am-4pm Mon-Fri; 7.30am-6pm Sat; 9am-5pm Sun.
Transport: Rail: Kentish Town West rail

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Best coffee in London! Staff is very welcoming and friendly. Food is great and priced fairly compared to the competition. Sibylle and Gavin (the owners) change coffee type every week providing a great opportunity to try something new and the temptation is always great for a douhghnut or a cookie. (and the sandwiches are fantastic - pulled pork is the best one).