I must admit, I am often tricked into going to coffee houses either because of ingenious names or hot guys that are sitting there. Or, if not, at least the potential of people watching (which, in a city like London, is both horrific and awe-inspiring in the same time). All of those combined so smoothly at Everbean.
Location: Everbean, Mayfair, London
Camera: iPhone 6
The cafe is incredibly spacious, due to the high ceilings, and makes great use of its location: large windows providing not just light, but, as previously mentioned, amusement in the form of stalking people. I mean gazing in the beautiful distance. Metal butterflies adorn the ceiling (as well as the logo), and there was one time when the entire place smelled of baked honey in a rather divine fashion.
Wasn’t overly impressed by the tea (coming in form of Tea Pigs, so not even the loose stuff), yet I’ve heard that the coffee was decent, if you’re into that sort of thing. The staff was a mix of friendly and discombobulated, unable at times to communicate with me when inquiring about cakes and other wonderfully smelling pastry.