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Cafe of Good Hope

Restaurants, Cafés Hither Green
5 out of 5 stars
(13user reviews)
Cafe of Good Hope
Johnny Burrell

Time Out says

Community-focused café with a garden, serving coffees, cakes, sandwiches and loose-leaf teas

Community-focused café with a garden, serving coffees, cakes, sandwiches and loose-leaf teas



Address: 216-218 Hither Green Lane
SE13 6RT
Transport: Hither Green rail
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Users say (13)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.8 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:11
  • 4 star:2
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:0
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Best Mocha (with Coconut milk) I had in London so far! Even better than some of the highs treet names such as gails, taylor street barista in my view! Love it

Café of Good Hope is just what the name says, it feels you with good hope , it feels like home is so good for the community , it is so nice that something good came out of a bad thing.

I love this café, or as I call it, my home from home, I love the ambience, atmosphere and mustn't forget the fabulous coffee, I adore the staff and would love to adopt all of them. Thanks guys.

This is a really lovely cafe. It's the perfect place to sit and work or chat with friends. The food is delicious - especially the french toast - and the atmosphere is generally very friendly. It's also set up in honour of a great charity, and not only does it help financially but they also provide training and work experience for young people with autism. Well worth a visit if you're in the area.


Set up in memory of the tragic death of Jimmy Mizen a few years ago, this cafe is a true gem. The food and drinks are outstanding, and there is always a real village style community vibe whenever I pop in. I could easily spend hours writing or reading here - and you're not eyed up for only ordering a couple of drinks if you do!

The spirit of this cafe is applaudable, and they even provide training and work experience programs for younger children with autism and other conditions. 

They also cater for certain allergies, offering gluten free and vegan alternatives if you ask! Prices for a tasty salad average at around £6 and a hearty bowl of soup is only £4, so it doesn't even break the bank - plus you're helping a great cause in the process :)

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