Aesthetic cafés in Notting Hill with good coffee.
Notting Hill is one of my favourite areas in London to take a walk around and go café hopping. The area is filled with amazing coffee shops that don’t only have pretty interiors but also offer lovely coffee.
Here, I will feature 3 cafés that I have been frequenting the past few months.
Beam is a family owned café and eatery located in Westbourne Grove. They also have branches in Highbury and Crouch End. But the one in Notting Hill is the branch I’ve been giving more love.
The interior is chef’s kiss, very aesthetic indeed with the right amount of greenery which makes it homey.
Beam offers wonderful food with reasonable prices. You might expect it to be overpriced, given the location and interior, but I think it’s not as I have been to actual overpriced cafés.
I and a friend had their Turkish eggs and French toast for that right balance of savoury and sweet, paired with some smoothie and milkshake. Their mocha is something I would go back to as well.
Klear Labs is your modern café and bakery in Golborne Road, very close to the famous Portobello Road.
Klear Labs offers low-carb, gluten-free and gut-friendly treats.
The place gets packed easily but once you score a seat, it truly is a cozy spot to have your favourite cup of coffee and don’t forget your baked treat of choice.
You will see a whole spread of the baked goods which may look overwhelming but considering that these are organic, the guilt just goes away. For sharing, I and a friend got a blue majik, a snickerdoodle cookie and a cacao mousse; paired with a schissandra mocha for me and a hot chocolate for my friend. Everything was really good and most importantly, guilt-free.
L’eto is a Mediterranean-inspired café with a bunch of branches around town. I have been to their Soho branch a lot of times but this one in Westbourne Grove just hits different.
L’eto Notting Hill has that comfy feel to it with a home-like interior. I really loved the aesthetics here among all the other L’eto cafés I’ve been to.
Of course, the menu is the same as other L’eto cafés, and as expected, a massive choice of desserts which are all really good. They are known for their milk cakes so I got the Pistachio Milk Cake during this visit with a cup of cappucino.
I have been loving all these 3 cafés around Notting Hill and these will certainly not let you down when it comes to food and coffee, how much more with the aesthetic interiors.
Be pretty, be happy, be you! H~