Some Baker and Spice near Ebury Street

It had been a while since I had visited the Floris Boutique on Ebury Street (a unique gem of London) and we Β decided to go for a coffee to Baker and Spice. The first time I had visited was last Spring and Belgravia/Elizabeth Street give off quite a different and nostalgic feel during that time of year!

Well today was a great experience, the place felt cosy and we decided to sit inside an face the lovely boutiques across the street which include Philip Treacy, Mungo and Maud and Tom Tom Cigars! The location is absolutely stunning. Very serene and private. You feel as if tucked away in a village!

Baker and Spice are known for their coffees and hot chocolates! The latte I had today was what I needed to wake me up along with a crisp croissant. I pay high attention to the cups in which the coffees are served as that makes the experience more enjoyable (not to mention the size). The large white cups were perfect for me and just make the experience of sipping coffee on a crispy morning more soothing!

What sets Baker and Spice apart is their wooden yet comfortable interiors – you can pop in at anytime of the day and manage to get a corner to yourself to work, catch up on emails or chat with friends.

The cakes are something I really do want to try next time!

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