Just a little over a year ago, I was back home in Hong Kong and I visited this lovely coffee shop called Omotesando Koffee (read my last post here). Started out in Japan, the coffee shop gained popularity and began expanding. Now it’s here in London!
I enjoyed my visit there while in Hong Kong, so was definitely super keen to check it out once I found out Omotesando Koffee London has officially opened. The London branch is located at Fitzrovia, near Tottenham Court Road, and is actually just opposite to Laksamania.
Similar to the Hong Kong branch, Omotesando Koffee London follows an aesthetically pleasing minimalist style. It follows a light wooden theme, offering a very bright feel to the place.
The ordering counter is right at the entrance as you walk in. After you take your order, you take the coffee receipt and head to the open coffee station where the barista will make your coffee. There aren’t as many seating as the Hong Kong branch so this is more of a quick coffee spot.
This is currently Omotesando Koffee’s only food item at the moment. The staff informed me that there will be more pastries soon. Anyway, a Kashi is a baked custard cube. It carried a light crisp on the outside, with a touch of caramelised flavour. The inside was soft and sweet, with a slightly gooey texture. It’s small but it’s one perfect and satisfactory bite!
As for the coffee, the latte was incredibly smooth and velvety. It’s almost better than I remembered! To top it off, it came with a very beautiful latte art too.
Pictured also included a Matcha Latte and a Cold Brew that my friends ordered.
…I have recommended Omotesando Koffee back then, and now that it’s in London, I would for sure recommend it again!
Nearest Underground station: Tottenham Court Road
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