Time Out says
A comfortable room featuring some of the best coffee in London, both espresso-based and filter.
A big, comfortable coffee shop.
23-25 Leather Lane
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Users say (20)
Average User Rating
4.3 / 5
- 5 star:12
- 4 star:4
- 3 star:3
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:1
My favorite place in London. Nice to have a coffee shop that looks and feels different to all the others in town, not another flat white carbon copy. They also have a training centre where they do latte art courses!! Yummy coffee too :)
Prufrock is my fave place for coffee. My first siphon coffee prepared by Bek Freeman was pretty exciting stuff but the espresso bar staff produce the best lattes I've ever had. Everyone there is so friendly and knowledgable. A wonderful place to spend a few hours with a book and a piece of banana bread.
If you are serious about coffee and only coffee, then this is the top destination in London - the bar has been set. Well done Gwylim and the boys
Just discovered this place over lunch - excellent coffee, friendly service and great vibe. Have to say that the Australian accents of the baristas gave me immediate confidence in the quality of the coffee - is this strange? As mentioned, the shop is a "work in progress", with a number of other aspects (namely food and tea selections) still to be finalised, but I do have a feeling that once this is fully functional, it is going to be a regular hang-out of mine. So happy that Prufrock has taken up residence in Leather Lane.
One of the Clerkenwell cafés I reviewed on my blog, Prufrock scored really well as an all round excellent café, and the coffee is to die for!
These guys know their stuff. A selection of well crafted drinks, from different roasteries but usually focusing on Square Mile coffee. Great airy space with interesting decoration, and one of the only places on Leather Lane open at the weekend. T.S. Eliot would be proud.
overpriced bad coffee. The beans were burnt and had a very sour taste. really should start by learning to make coffee instead of being trendy.
Decent coffee, slow oh so slow and proud of it. The coffee was ok, but you can only live so long on your reputation.
Nice layout and ambience, friendly staff, lovely coffee. Nice explanations of the coffee choices and stuff they have for sale. The food is also nice, which I didn't expect! They also train coffee making downstairs! This is now on my must visit when in London list.
Had the siphon coffee experience at Prufrock. However, I wanted to like this place, and its coffee, more than I did. Perhaps my palate is not so refined but I prefer other venues in town e.g. The Espresso Room.
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