Daily Goods

Restaurants, Coffeeshops Camberwell
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Daily Goods

Daily Goods began life in 2013 as a pop-up within Kinoko Cycles in Soho, but after a successful first year they acquired their own premises in Camberwell. Run by American expat barista Carter, who brings hints of The States with him – filter coffee is £2 a mug, with refills at £1 a pop – the place seats 30, there's art on the walls and food options include pastries and sandwiches. Beans come courtesy of the Workshop Coffee Company and guest coffees have included Stooker and Square Mile.


Venue name: Daily Goods
Address: 36 Camberwell Church St
Transport: Denmark Hill rail
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Average User Rating

5 / 5

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Jake S

The best coffee in South London, amazingly friendly staff and some great grocery bits to boot! Love it x

Jack W

Awesome coffee. Nice (if rather hipster) staff. Decent wifi and all round pleasant vibe. I'll be back there soon...

Patricia D

Great coffee. Friendly staff. Relaxed atmosphere. The best grilled cheese sandwich ever!

Patricia D

Great coffee. Friendly staff. Relaxed atmosphere. The best grilled cheese sandwich ever!

Gary D

Really GOOD coffee - and tasty bites. Was made welcome with my kids by the friendly staff and there are good baby changing facilities!

Julia E

Try the grilled cheese sandwich with Neal's Yard cheddar, red onion, chives and harissa. A weekend favourite.

Staff Writertastemaker

Cute as hell little coffee shop with a young team doing a cracking job. As well as stocking lots of locally made products (Ali Baba juice for example) they also hold fun events in the evenings: exhibitions, parties and have a license for booze. Often you'll walk past to find lots of people spilling out onto the street of an evening. Great energy in the evening, fun and relaxing in the daytime.

Sarah (kukkiiandkoppee)

The friendly baristas at Daily Goods served up a flat white so fabulous and flawless I thought I had gone to heaven. The chocolate and cherry cookie was scrumptious too. It's quite a spacious coffee shop and there's a chilled out atmosphere. They also serve a selection of sandwiches.