Archive for the 'Cafes' Category

Camacha Cafe

Portuguese Cafe and Grill


Serendipity sell home baked cakes using quality ingredients, offering a different selection every day, including vegan & gluten free.  Freshly roasted coffee, fine teas, fresh bread from the Old Post Office Bakery, gourmet sandwiches, home made soups.  They have a very popular knitting club every Wed 6-7.30pm.  All levels welcome.  They also sell a lovely range of gifts. Most importantly
Read more…


Boyce da Roca

Boyce da Roca offers good food, great coffee, local art and design in a relaxed atmosphere. We regularly hold events such as a Supper Clubs. We are keen to keep it friendly and relaxing, somewhere you can hang out and happily while away an afternoon.

The Rookery cafe

A small cafe situated next to the beautiful Rookery Gardens, serving as a cafeteria to visitors. Sit inside or out and enjoy your café basics such as egg and chips. Great for people watching!

Rosca Coffee

Coffee and cakes – come and hang out or meet friends here.

La Parisienne

A lovely bakery right on your High Rd with a friendly, jovial atmosphere. Halal, fully air conditioned.

Photo: Mickey Lee

I love coffee

Everyones talking about this place. If you love coffee, this is the place for you.

Earl Grey & Rose

Kooky and craftsy, this dinky tea-room is a welcome refuge from Streatham’s insalubrious main road. Owner Lydia Wood-Power is skilled in floristry, jewellery design and baking, and has jammed more than a few of her favourite things into her girly, vintage-themed café. Every wall is decked out with pink fabric bunting, there are own-made trinkets for sale, and you can
Read more…

Cherry n Berry

Here’s the scoop – yummy ice-cream in multiple flavours. What’s not to like? People have been spotted making secret visits to this place to satisfy their cravings.

Caffé Nero

The Caffè Nero philosophy is really very simple: Premium Italian coffee. A warm and welcoming  atmosphere. Good food and great personal service.