Ealing Broadway has a host of places to enjoy a cheeky cuppa or up your caffeine. As well as all the usual chains (indeed two of most!) there are a host of small independent shops to choose from. Although it is most economical to bring your own coffee and enjoy it in the wonderfully re – landscaped Walpole Park, a coffee is a deserved little treat many of us enjoy on a busy day.
I’m going to start with two down to earth coffee shops selling great quality drinks and food: Artisan Coffee and Electric Coffee. Both are stop offs of choice for me and much preferred to your usual Costas etc.
The vibe here is quirky and artistic with coffee workshops taking place regularly in the back area. The coffee is excellent: the owners use to grow coffee so are real experts in the field. Their food is also great – particularly the cakes which are less sickly sweet that elsewhere.
There is plenty of seating and toilets are accessible to those with mobility needs and/or young babies.
Very family friendly, but equally a haunt of those quietly getting on with some work on the free wifi.
Again, really excellent coffee here. The interior is more pared back and minimalist than Artisan, with tiles and retro wooden chairs. Coffee is well presented (for example Lattes come in a bistro style glass) and the food is of course hand made from premium ingredients. I had a bacon and cheese bagel and it was suberb.
Electric coffee is very friendly for families, with high chairs etc. Unfortunately I couldn’t find an accessible toilet or baby change, although there is a toilet for customer use. However during the day it’s more a pit stop and relatively close to the Broadway Centre which has recently refurbished facilities including a fully accessible toilet with hoist etc.
Electric are also experts in sourcing, roasting and grinding coffee. They grind their beans freshly so every cup is perfect. You can’t get better than that! They also sell coffee, coffee accessories and other small food items in their store. Many of these make ideal gifts.
My next installment will focus on that faithful friend of the cuppa, the slice of cake … There are several award winning patisseries in Ealing, and the Polish restaurant Sowa is making waves too … watch this space and do let me know where your favourite spot for coffee is!
5 thoughts on “Where to go for coffee in Ealing Broadway.”
It is nice to treat yourself to a coffee when you are out :). I like going to independent coffee shops as well. There are no chain coffee shops in my town so far!
Now I’m hankering for a latte!
Not going to lie, I had to google where Ealing Broadway is! Hopefully I get to have a coffee there someday, looks delicious!
Love going to independent places, find there’s so many chainy types around that it’s nice to go somewhere a little unique with it’s own charm x
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I love your review and description of each place. Concise and precise