I have been so excited to write this post, as I constantly am adding cute cafés that I discover on my phone notes, so getting it down somewhere in a proper format has been something on my to-do list for a long time.
Chairs And Coffee
This café on the Fulham Road is so cute. They have laptop-free weekends, which I really appreciate as it ensures the vibe is much more sociable and chilled out. However, on weekdays you’re more than welcome to turn up and set yourself up on one of the tables and start working away. Their coffee is divine, and their chocolate guinness cake is far too delicious to pass up, in my humble opinion.
512 Fulham Rd, Fulham, London, SW6 5NJ
Another Fulham Road gem, this is one of the best-value cafés in this area. Their menu is super varied, and they’re one of the only places in the area to offer brunch until 5pm on weekdays, which, when I’m feeling super lazy, I really do appreciate. Talking of their brunch – their full English is very generously-sized and really yummy; they make their own baked beans! Their cake selection on the countertop is also worth a visit.
609-611 Fulham Rd, Fulham, SW6 5UA
I love Nell’s – it is one of my go-to brunch options if I want to head somewhere fuss-free, that I know will be delicious, on the weekend. Their pancakes are divine, as is their Smashed avo on toast with smoked salmon and poached eggs. I also strongly recommend their green zing juice – the ginger makes it a little spicy, but so uplifting and energising. They also have a great salad bar on weekdays, so it’s a great place to work away in the calm downstairs area and then head upstairs to get your healthy lunch fix.
191 King’s Road, London, SW3 5ED
This is a great über healthy option – all their lunch bowls are vegan and super satisfying. Their matcha latte is also really delicious and a great afternoon treat. The main event – their juices – are also fantastic; they have a huge variety of flavours so you’re guaranteed to find one that suits your tastes.
285 Fulham Rd, London, SW10 9PZ
The Food Yard
Virtually next door to CPRESS is The Food Yard – I love this place, I featured it in my blog post about my favourite lesser-known cafés in London. The salads are all homemade and are so delicious, while their menu options are just as impressive. They also have numerous juices and smoothies on offer in their fridge area. I can also strongly recommend their almond cake and flourless chocolate cake – both are breathtaking.
279 Fulham Rd, London, SW10 9QA
This little haven is to be found in Duke of York Square, just off the Kings Road. When it’s great weather, you can sit outside and watch the world go by, but not to worry if it’s a typically grey day in London, as they have a covered garden area out the back where you can catch up with friends while remaining warm and cosy. Their tea infusions are really good – I recommend the lemongrass one, while the lunch options are also really great. This is a great place to go to if you want to grab some food in Chelsea, but don’t want to spend your month’s earnings in one go.
83-85 Duke of York Square, Chelsea, London, SW3 4LY
As I write this, I’ve realised I can think of so many more cute cafés but didn’t want this post to be too long, so let me know if you want a Part 2!