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Farm Shop Interior

I walk into Farm and I am immediately hit by the very enticing smell of fresh pastry and sausage rolls. Having just had breakfast I decide that I better just stick to the coffee. I do however make a mental note that I should come come back here on an empty stomach. I swear the banana muffins are taunting me. They’ll be first on my list when I return.

Farm sells ‘honest British food’, sourced from a cooperative of small producers. Taking that into account I guessed that the milk would be very fresh so I decided to deviate away from a my usual: the espresso and opted for a latte. I was not dissappointed. Farm’s latte combines a great Square Mile blend and some locally sourced fresh milk. It’s pure bliss.

If you’re looking for a place to sit down and chat with a friend, I would recommend elsewhere. As you can see from the picture below, pretty much all the seating is side by side. However, if you’re on the go or you don’t mind this, you should definitely check out this place. It has a lot of character and is very friendly.

PS if the weather is good, try their Affogato. It’s a mixture of espresso and fresh ice cream.


Address: 91 Cowcross Street, EC1M 6BH, London

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Opening times: Monday-Friday 7am to 3.30pm,

Price of a double espresso: £2.10

Outdoor Seating (important for those tobacco lovers): A small table outside the shop with a few chairs

Farm's Iced Coffee

Farm Facade

Fresh Food 1

Fresh Food 2 Farm's menu Fresh Food from Farm Coffee Machine and Barista

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