Here are the 7 best cafes in London Victoria. This neighbourhood is home to some of London’s best cafes, offering everything from French pastries and artisanal coffees to light meals and craft beers. Whether you’re looking for a delightful afternoon tea or just a quick snack to give you energy for a long day of sightseeing, you’re sure to find a cafe in this area that’s perfect for you.
1. Rail House Cafe
If you want a contemporary cafe and bar, then the Rail House Cafe is perfect for you. Here, the trendy-chic vibe is well-complimented by the modern intercontinental menu on offer. Think meat skewers with tempura broccoli, fish and king prawn curry over a bed of rice and Jerusalem artichoke. And the hot brioche doughnuts with milk jam provide a deliciously sweet finish.
2. Iris and June
Set in the heart of Victoria, Iris and June is an independent cafe with one mission – to make every cup of coffee awesome. If you’re looking for a cafe that does artisanal coffee and really good food, you’ll love it here.
3. Chestnut Bakery
If you want a place that crafts the most delicious bread, croissants and more, you should go to Chestnut Bakery. This is a great spot for you if you love your coffee with a really good bagel or Pain Au chocolat.
If you fancy some Latin flavours, you should grab a table at Morena where they serve the most delicious Latin-American dishes. The vibe here is warm, friendly and relaxed. The food transports you from London to Columbia. And they do the most amazing breakfast burrito for weekend brunch.
5. Peggy Porschen
If you want the quintessential English menu with an international twist, then you’ll love Peggy Porschen. Known to Londoners as the original Insta-pretty-in-pink cafe, this award-winning cafe serves up the most delicious seasonally inspired menu. And they also bake the most delicious red velvet cupcake in all of London.
6. Ole and Steen
If you’re travelling with a group and you want the kind of cafe that has it all, then Ole and Steen is for you. They do amazing sandwiches, Danish pastries, fresh juices, muffins and coffee. There’s something here for the fussiest of eaters.
7. Daylesford Organic
If you fancy something organic, you’ll like Daylesford Organic. This is the kind of place where the ingredients come straight from their farm in Cotswold and the daily changing specials are based on fresh pickings from the market garden.