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Restaurants, Coffeeshops Stoke Newington
5 out of 5 stars
(11user reviews)

Time Out says

Stoke Newington coffee house.

Esters says
We brew the best coffee we can find from roasters we trust, sell tea from farms smaller than 15 acres, and cook a delicious all-day menu based on great sourdough bread, organic eggs, seasonal fruit and vegetables. We make as much as we can in house or use producers that aren't based too far away.



Address: 55 Kynaston Rd
N16 0EB
Transport: Stoke Newington Overground
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Users say (11)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.6 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:9
  • 4 star:0
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:1
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My new favourite brunch spot in stokey! Fanastic coffee, lovely light setting, incredible food. I love it here! It’s just off Stoke Newington church street so a little quieter and has a great feel to it. A must!!

This is not the best cafe' in the neighbourhood, it's the best cafe' in the city. I moved 40 minutes away from Stokey, and still travel to get a coffee and muffin at least once each week, plus a weekend brunch - legendary, epic quality food and coffee.

Friendly, hip neighbourhood coffee shop. Heaving on a weekend. They take their coffee seriously here, but are never po-faced. The food is exceptional, the lunch menu is very much its own thing, and the baked goods are ruinously good. 

Annoyingly, most of the reviews/ratings on here aren't even for Esters - there was another cafe on these premises which closed almost two years ago. Anything pre-2014 is for the other place.

Best coffee in Stoke Newington by a long way, plus a creative and original range of brunch dishes (there's usually French toast with seasonal fruit and it's amazing!)

This is without doubt the most chaotic coffee shop in north east London. There are more staff than customers yet I frequently wait for as long as 30 minutes for my coffee to arrive. When it does, it is rarely with an apology or explanation and often cold. The owners find it impossible to manage the number of people who arrive on their premises and frequently ignore them rather than address problems of seating. A coffee at Fred and Fran is sure to get your weekend off to a foul start. It's a Shane, because it had such potential. Unfortunately I think it's going the same way as the a lemon Monkey - first arrogance followed by administration.

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