It is a known fact that London has no shortage of instagrammable cafes. However, in my time here, I’ve found that there seems to be quite a demand for floral, especially pink, food spots. If you love to explore and try new things, here’s a list of some of my favourite cafes in London with amazing floral interiors.
Of course, the well-known, internet-famous EL&N (https://www.elnlondon.co.uk/), with so many different branches, is a must-visit. You can find them at Brompton Road, Oxford Street, Park Lane, etc. The menu is somewhat consistent across branches, with yummy options like generic lattes, alternative lattes (such as beetroot, turmeric, activated charcoal, etc), sandwiches, desserts, etc.
Slightly on the pricier side, Saint Aymes mostly offers only sweet items on their menu. However, they do offer some indulgent dishes made with 24-carat gold flakes. They can be found at Connaught Street, in St. George’s Fields.
This is again a chain, like EL&N, with many branches around Kensington. Their menu is quite unlike the rest, offering many middle eastern and Arabic delicacies, along with the usual generic lattes, alternative lattes, savoury items, etc.
The Knot Churro
As the name suggests, this is THE place for indulging in your churro obsession. This place is a bit on the pricier side as well. Also, their menu comprises of mainly ice-cream sundaes, churros and alternative lattes. They can be found in Kensington.
One of the famous pastry shops in London, Peggy Porschen has two branches- one in Victoria and one in Chelsea. Both branches have similar options in terms of the types of cake and desserts. But the Chelsea branch offers a few savoury items on their menu. They also take party orders; in case you’re looking to buy a fancy and delicious birthday cake 😉