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Tap Coffee, Fitzrovia, London

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Address
26 Rathbone Place,
Fitzrovia,
London
W1T 1JD

Mon-Fri: 8am-7pm | Sat: 10am-6pm

 

Website www.tapcoffee.co.uk

Contact r[email protected]

Telephone 020 7580 2163

Tap Coffee

This top-notch Fitzrovia hangout (previously called Tapped & Packed) remains a coffee-lover’s haven, whether you want espresso-based drinks (Simonelli machine), or brewed coffees made in a drip cone or the increasingly popular Aeropress. Beans are sourced from several roasters including Has Bean and Square Mile.

When we went, the Aeropress specialist was not around. We contented ourselves with a drip Nicaraguan, the drip unrushed and the beans excellent (single-origin, as were both the other filter choices). Sandwiches and baked goods are all made on the premises and reasonably priced.

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Tap Coffee – Fitzrovia

26 Rathbone Place,
Fitzrovia,
London
W1T 1JD

Mon-Fri: 8am-7pm | Sat: 10am-6pm

Website www.tapcoffee.co.uk

Contact r[email protected]

Telephone 020 7580 2163

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TAP – No. 26 Rathbone Place

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TAP, formerly Tapped and Packed, opened their first café here on Rathbone Place in 2009. They were soon at the forefront of a number of trends in London coffee with a greater focus on filter offerings and serving coffees from a wide range of roasters (‘free house’ style). TAP have continued their position ahead of the curve more recently both in terms of roasting in house (since April 2013) and in terms of developing a brand identity across a number of venues.

Read more at London’s Best Coffee

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TAP – No. 26 Rathbone Place

TAP, formerly Tapped and Packed, opened their first café here on Rathbone Place in 2009. They were soon at the forefront of a number of trends in London coffee with a greater focus on filter offerings and serving coffees from a wide range of roasters (‘free house’ style). TAP have continued their position ahead of the curve more recently both in terms of roasting in house (since April 2013) and in terms of developing a brand identity across a number of venues.

Read more at London’s Best Coffee