Who's for a brew?

It's time for tea

About

I drink coffee, I drink tea, and I love unusual and independant tea and coffee shops.  Yummy food and baked goods are a bonus.

Here’s where you can read my rambling thoughts about the best places to go if you like similar things. If you want to suggest an indie cafe near you, drop me a comment and I’ll try to go along there.

Or follow me on twitter on @whosforabrew

Where possible, the reviews are based on at least two visits, particularly if it’s less than 3 stars,because we all have bad days (Ratings are out of 5).  I’m interested in the overall experience of a place, as much as I enjoy well made food and drink.  I don’t feel qualified to talk about the length or roast or how many squirrels the coffee bean has been through.  I just know what I like, and maybe you might like it too!  All photographs copyright, me. 🙂

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2 comments on “About

  1. Mels Farm
    October 31, 2012

    We recommend for review the Bay Leaf cafe on Tottenham Street, just off Tottenham Court Road…

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