Cafe review: The Little One Coffee Shop
115 Regent’s Park Road, London NW1 8UR
Map to the Little One Coffee Shop (click here)
Review by: Alexa Williamson
Rating: ***** (out of 5)
For those who want to stop for a minute and have a quiet coffee, tea or even sparkling or still water and also enjoy a freshly baked muffin with nice people and in an ideal location, then look no further than this small, bright and sunny mini-cafe. The Little One Coffee Shop is run by Lisa and Ben who are extremely nice and will make you feel welcome. Originally starting out with a cute local truck/stand, which is still in use, they now also have this beautiful cafe where you can stop and sit in the sunshine and read your book, chat on the phone, use your iPad, contemplate life or meet with a friend or get to know (as already metnioned) the owners/staff.
Lisa bakes fresh muffins, there is a fine selection of teas and the coffee that is brewed is freshly ground. Plus, the windows of the cafe are big and let in a lot of sunshine. The Little One Coffee Shop is just across the bridge in Primrose Hill, so it is at the gateway to the actual hill and a perfect place to get supplies for your trek to the hill such as a snack, drink or bottle of water. Besides their yummy and individually wrapped muffins Lisa and Ben can also make you gluten and wheat free crepes (as they say, “the choice is yours”). Overally, a definite two thumbs up for snacks, drinks choices, friendliness and reasonable prices.