CAFES

Brasserie Zedel

This street level cafe found in the heart of Piccadilly Circus is a part of four different venues, including a restaurant, cabaret parlour and a bar.

Cafe in the Crypt

This cafe is hidden under the famous St. Martins in the Field Church in Trafalgar Square and has some stunning Georgian architecture. The food and drink provide affordable dining in a Central location. It has just been awarded the Les Routiers Cafe of the Year Award 2012. This cafe is also one of London's hottest music venues featuring a variety of performances, ranging from classical, swing to jazz, from the UK's finest musicians.

Cafe Laville

A delightful Italain cafe situated above the Grand Union Canal in Maida Vale. It has fantastic far-reaching views of the canal with an outdoor dining area on the terrace.

L'Eto Caffe

Several locations in Belgravia, Chelsea, Kensington, Mayfair and Soho.A fabulously unique café which specialises in breakfast offering a whole array of egg styles. The range of croissants, cakes and crepes is also of interest. By far the best selection of cakes I have seen in a London cafe. The espresso coffee aims to be the best in London, as it made from the master Synesso Cyncra espresso machine.As for the décor, the walls and roof is all gold plated and there are neon lights in the ceiling. 

Maison Bertaux

A tiny, quaint, two-story patisserie dating back to 1871, in the heart of Soho. French wedding cakes are a speciality here. The interior is whacky where unmatched furniture and crazy art work adorn the walls. Considered to be the best patisserie in London. Favoured by the celebrities. Be warned that it is a very small space, but there is outdoor seating.

Riverside Terrace Cafe

Found within the Royal Festival Hall on the Southbank, this spacious, contemporary café has spectacular views of the River Thames and of the City of London. There is a huge outdoor terrace which has an outdoor bar too. Open all week for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The Colbert

Watch the world go by at this unique neighbourhood cafe, in the heart of Sloane Square, inspired by the boulevard cafes of Paris. At the junction where Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Belgravia meet, open from breakfast till late.

Waterside Cafe

A unique gem found in Little Venice, this café is inside a boat on the canal with seating around the tow path. Reasonably priced cream tea, with calming views of Little Venice.