Get your phone at the ready and prepare to get snap happy inside one of these Instagrammable cafés. From the pretty petaled exteriors of Peggy Porschen to the love heart covered walls of EL&N, we’ve rounded up the most Instagrammable cafés in London.

Anya Cafe

Launching a cafe when you’re a luxury lifestyle retailer perhaps isn’t the first thing on your agenda, but that didn’t stop Anya Hindmarch from launching the Anya Cafe. Inspired by the British cafe, it’s become renowned for its picture-perfect cakes and adorable packaging. 

Expect all of the cakes to be bedazzled with her signature (edible) googly eyes – so cute!


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9 Pont Street, London, SW1X 9EH

The Monocle Cafe

For a quaint cafe experience, look to The Monocle Cafe. Its cute monochrome exterior makes for the perfect backdrop to any Insta story setting. Pair that with a cup of coffee (topped with latte art of course) and perfect pastries, you’ve got an Insta recipe for success. 

18 Chiltern Street, W1U 7QA

Jimmy Choo Cafe

Ready for the pinkest pop-up of all? Jimmy Choo has launched a pop-up cafe at Harrods this summer and it’s every bit as exciting as it sounds… 

Open for a limited season, the cafe is sprinkled with an excess of pink, serving up logo-loaded treats, light bites and JC-dusted coffee. The ultimate place to head if you’re looking to elevate your Insta stories, the space has been transformed with sculptural seating, gold mirrored accents and interiors inspired by the brand’s latest handbag line, the Varenne Avenue Collection. 

Expect dishes such as mini Victoria sponge cakes, chocolate-raspberry mousse cubes and strawberry eclairs.


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This one’s technically a bakery and restaurant but when it’s this cute, how could we not include it? Founded by Ollie Gold, Pophams has quickly become a London institute when it comes to the flakiest pastries. You can literally count the lines in the pastry puffs. Grab a selection of your favourites, pair it with a cup of coffee and sit in for a late morning of people watching.


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Blending founder Zahra Khan’s love of art and food, Feya is an Instagrammers dream. Since opening up in 2018 after Zahra graduated from Gordon Ramsay’s culinary academy, Feya has since grown and now consists of three stunning cafes across Bond Street, Knightsbridge and Marble Arch. Each has its own distinct personality filled with everything from cherry blossom trees and florals to picture-perfect cakes and patisserie.


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Arguably the most Instagrammable place in town, EL&N has been flooding our socials for longer than we can remember. It might have something to do with its insatiable flower and love heart covered walls. E&LN started out on Park Lane and quickly became the influencers’ hangout of choice thanks to housing more pink than you’ll find in Elton John’s walk-in wardrobe. Seriously. The walls: pink, the floors: pink, the ceiling, yep, slime green. Only kidding. They’re pink too. And they quickly took over spots in Selfridges, Oxford Street, The Knightsbridge Estate and more.

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Hay fever sufferers will want to head to Aubaine in Selfridges for a very convincing canopy of lilac wisteria, covetable tiles and a tempting French-inspired menu. Pop on your best shoes as their floor tiles are just as snap worthy as the floral features. With multiple locations dotted around the city, head down for a dreamy brunch, latte art and catch-ups with the girls.


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Peggy Porschen

Peggy Porschen has been a stalwart feature on Instagram since day dot thanks to its pink-hued interiors, beautiful cakes and floral fuelled entrance.

For the flower lovers, this is perhaps one of the most floral venues in London with ever-changing bouquets hanging outside in pastel colours.

Chelsea / Belgravia

Saint Aymes

Inspired by the beauty of their Nanas’ floral garden, Michela and Lois Wilson have mastered the art of stunning window displays and are available for interior hire as a result. From flowers bursting with colour to slithers of lavender and more, the noteworthy Saint Aymes is a real beauty.

If it’s your birthday coming up, book in for their pink-hued afternoon tea sensational. Think 24ct gold cotton candy, raspberry macaroons, tiramisu and an assortment of savoury finger sandwiches. Yum.

59 Connaught Street, W2 2BB


Our favourite collection of Melbourne-inspired coffee houses, Grind, now have multiple venues to their name. Each offering something slightly different (but always with perfectly-made coffee in trademark red cups), they put the ‘cool’ in caffeine. You can usually spot them a mile off though thanks to their trademark neon lights.

The slightly bigger venues with kitchens serve an all-day menu so you can take your laptop, load up the wifi and while away the day. Visit later in the evening and get your espresso in martini form.

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Palm Vaults

Palm Vaults, once the home of pink jungle inspired interiors, has had a major revamp. It’s recently reopened to an even more aesthetically pleasing space – think concept store-meets-coffee shop. There are plenty of pastels to go around, from the clothing rails and accessories down to the takeaway coffee cups.


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411 Mare Street, Hackney E8 1HY

Daisy Green Collection

The likes of the Daisy Green Collection need little introduction. You’ve probably seen one of their beautifully curated joints flashing up on your social feeds numerous times.

The collection is famed for their eccentric and rebellious art work booming out against chipped grey walls, issuing a run-down art gallery in a desolate warehouse vibe. Our favourite, Scarlett Green, doesn’t shy away from this either, with neon head-turners lining the walls and a wanderlust worthy photograph of Bondi beach, in keeping with the Aus theme. The bar is awash with jumbles of spirits, wines and atmosphere, with pastel washed stools lining the marble bar. Plush sofas, quite 80s reminiscent outline the restaurant below hangings of Roy Lichtenstein-style art.

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Milk Beach

Milk Beach is the cute café and natural wine bar in Queen’s Park which is in fact named after the renowned Sydney beach. They’re all for organic and are a dab hand at providing natural wines and carefully roasted coffees and joining these USPs is the minimalist interiors found inside the airy venue. It’s the next best thing to Sydney right now at least…

Plus, they’ve just opened up an outpost in Soho – even more opportunity to experience the best of Australia in a bite.

19 Lonsdale Road, Queen’s Park NW6 6RA


Head on over to Minnow for the freshest ingredients, creamy lattes and delectable cocktails. Situated in Clapham Common, Minnow’s exteriors are beautifully decorated with florals, changing designs with the seasons. Head on over this weekend to try it out for yourself.

21 The Pavement, Clapham Common SW4 0HY


Not only does Biscuiteers sell a wide range of mouth-watering biscuits (just look how adorable these Mr Men one’s are), cupcakes, and macaroons- but the outside of the boutique will have you rushing in front to pose for a pic. The black and white exterior notably stands out against the red brick row, making it one of the most recognisable cafes in London. If this wasn’t convincing enough, the cafe also offers icing masterclasses- where you will leave with lots of tips and treats.

Notting Hill / Belgravia

Farm Girl

Photogenic as well as delicious, Farm Girl is a bright and casual spot for both Instagram and health fanatics alike. The cafe offers a wide range of holistic dishes that use quality, organic ingredients. Another plus- the spot is doggy-friendly! So, bring your four-legged pal and enjoy the cool ambience after a busy day in the city.

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It’s not everyday you walk into a cafe and you’re greeted with urinals, but then again, it’s not everyday you grab a coffee or brunch at Attendant’s Fitzrovia branch.

The former Victorian loos have been transformed into one of the most talked about specialty coffee and brunch cafes, and if their striking green and original Victorian floor tiles, as well as urinals are anything to go by, we can see why. Once you’ve been snap happy with the interiors, order in your brunch and feast on one of the best bacon baps in London.

27A Foley Street, Fitzrovia W1W 6DY

Paper & Cup

Paper & Cup is a not-for-profit social enterprise created by the Spitalfields Crypt Trust and is also a fine spot to while away your hours sipping on coffee and scrolling through Instagram. The white-on-blue storefront makes for the perfect trendy, yet simple pic. It’s stocked with ethical snacks, cakes, and even second-hand books from local artists too, which is a lovely touch.

18 Calvert Avenue, Shoreditch E2 7JP

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