5 of the best independent cafe’s in South London

We’re all about brunch and a good cup of coffee. Here we round up five of our favourite independent spots south of the river.

1. Brick House Bakery – East Dulwich

Award winning artisan bakery and cafe in East Dulwich lives in an old electrical warehouse and specialises in San Francisco style slow fermentation sourdough bread made using traditional methods. See what the Brick House Bakery has to offer.

Brick House
Brick House
Image credit (from top) : brickhousebread.com,standard.co.uk,drakes.com,@brickhousebread  

Image credit (from top) : brickhousebread.com,standard.co.uk,drakes.com,@brickhousebread

 

2.     Federation Cafe – Brixton

Always seeking out new coffees to serve, Federation Coffee is a popular hang-out for coffee lovers with a real neighbourhood atmosphere. 

Federation Cafe
Federation Coffee
Federation Coffee

Image Credit (from top): brixtonradio.co.uk,@fed_coffee,foodtreasurehunters.wordpress.com

 

3.     The London Particular – New Cross

The charming little cafe prides themselves in hearty English, well sourced and healthy food with a modern twist. If you fancy a craft beer before or after your meal head to the airplane-interior themed LP bar next door.

The London Particular
The London Particular
Image Credits (from top): urbanwandering.com, lizzieeatslonodn.blogspot.com, @theparticular

Image Credits (from top): urbanwandering.com, lizzieeatslonodn.blogspot.com, @theparticular

 

4.     No.67 – Camberwell

No.67 is a bright, soaring space attached to the South London Gallery with an exciting menu including a ‘Full Spanglish’, salads, tarts and quiches, soups, fair trade coffee and cake.

No.67
No.67
No.67

 

5.     Story Coffee – Battersea

With tables made and the shop fitted by an innovative British table designer, Story Coffee’s attention to detail shines throughout. Plus they do a mean smashed avocado on toast

Story Coffee
Story Coffee
Image Credit: @storycoffeeldn

Image Credit: @storycoffeeldn