Coffee at Bar Italia

Posted on Sunday, 9th March 2014

An English cup of tea is a quintessential part of the British culture, but there’s no doubt that coffee also has a stronghold on the British psyche. In recent years we have seen an amazing growth in coffee bars, especially in London.

For coffee lovers in London, there is now a wealth of fabulous cafes throughout the city. One of these is Bar Italia located on Frith Street in the heart of Soho. Bar Italia is as true to the busy Italian coffee bar culture as they come. The design of the coffee shop is intimate and cozy and kitted with high spec equipment. The walls are also awashed with black and white pictures of old Italy to give it a genuine Italian feel.

Bar Italia

Bar Italia

Bar Italia opened its doors for the first time in 1949, and only serves its customers the highest quality coffee. It also claims to use a secret method in the preparation of their coffee, made using the best coffee machines around. On offer are classic expressos, milky caffe lattes and frothy cappuccinos.

Bar Italia opens for breakfast from 7am and operates for almost 24 hours, only closing at 5am the next day. For those who feel like a bite, there are a variety of snacks and cakes on offer. Customers can also opt for alcohol as well as tea and other beverages. Simply put, Bar Italia is more than just a coffee bar.

Note: This is a sponsored guest post.

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