39 Steps Coffee Haus, won’t just give you a coffee, if you ask, they will also tell you the name of the independent farmer who grew the beans, which way the slope faced and how long the beans ripened for. And if you’ve got a lot of time on your hands then they can tell you about the 39 steps that happen from the coffee bean growing right through to you walking down D’Arblay Street with a cup of their coffee in your hand.
Beans come from independent growers in India, Brazil, Mexico and El Salvador, each one carefully selected by head roaster Jens Rettig, who visits each farm. The beans are then brewed using different techniques: pour over, syphon, Chemex and French press and will be used to make specials such as hand brews, cold brews, nitro brews coffee smoothies and coffee milkshakes.
To eat you’ll find eggs-any-way; pulled pork panini with tomato and cheddar; slow-cooked lamb burger with spiced tahini yoghurt; smoked salmon rolls stuffed with beetroot and lentils; honey and cinnamon cheesecake and bitter almond and caramel Eton Mess with chocolate ganache.
With 25 covers and open all day and until 9pm, 39 Steps Coffee Haus is your new go to when you need to get a caffeine fix.
39 Steps Coffee Haus is opening soon on 8 D’Arblay Street, Soho, W1F 8DP