London Cat Village
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This Rivington Street spot is billed simply as a 'café with cats' - which seems about right to us. These kinds of places are pretty big in Japan and they're now starting to make waves here - with east London first on the bandwagon, of course. It's supposed to be a relaxing way to spend some time.
A selection of tea is served alongside cakes and desserts but it's mostly about the company here - a coterie of kittens and cats apparently all paying their way. Mawz, a ginger Persian, is the GM; Teddy, a grey Scottish fold, is the head chef; and Tashuu and Simba, a pair of Bengals, are security.
It works out as five pounds per hour, with food and drink charged separately. House rules apply.