We’re spoilt for choice when it comes to good coffee in London, but The Attendant manages to stand out from the crowd.
“We believe that each space must be both a unique representation of our craft and respectful tribute to our community. As a result each of our locations tells a unique story. Each new guest becomes a part of our story.” – the-attendant.com
The original café can be found in a restored Victorian public toilet in central London, while the newer site is on Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch. When you walk into the space you’re first greeted with a drawing wall which feels like a nice personal touch. It has a really nice fresh feeling with a large selection of plants hanging above the tables. Our favourite detail is the whisk lampshades at the back! Flirty.
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