The hidden first floor
Espresso Kitchen is probably the most charming cafe in Bournemouth. The tiny place, which has an even tinier staircase leading to a secret hideout on the first floor, offers second-to-none coffee. Francesca, owner of Espresso Kitchen, is from Italy and that is something that still matters when it comes to coffee making. In addition, the limited space and quirky décor lend themselves to a unique atmosphere.
The shop, which opened in 2012 offers not only the finest artisan coffee but also homemade vegan, gluten-free (and non!) cakes, toast and smoothies. Dorset roaster Beanpress provides the house blend but you can try guest coffee from other suppliers as well. The team has an ethical approach to business. They have a sustainable conscience as they use plant-based compostable material for takeaway cups and lids. Try the espresso or chai latte!
Expect great music and a bohemian vibe without any pretentiousness. Sit (or stand) and watch people popping in to stay for a few minutes to get their morning off to a refreshing start! You will love the first floor’s setting with its chalkboard wall and ceiling! There you’re able to add your own doodles or messages. The cafe is a non-working zone at the weekend so you will have to leave your laptop at home.
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