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15 of the best cafés and coffee shops in Wimbledon

15 of the best independent cafés and coffee shops in Wimbledon

From classy brews to fancy Japanese matchas, here’s the ultimate coffee lover’s guide to Wimbledon.

When it comes to coffee (and tea, and cake), Wimbledon may seem at first glance like a never-ending stream of coffee shop chains. But there’s more – if a quality independent cafe is what you’re after, here’s the ultimate selection for you.


Lu-Ma Café

This award-winning oasis of peace in the very heart of Wimbledon will feed your flesh and soul alike. A carefully curated menu boasts grains, beans, pulses, vegetables and fruits and aims to promote wellbeing and energy: pop in for a coconut porridge, veggie full English, jackfruit burger, or their signature curry. They also host plenty of fantastic events, from cooking classes to mindfulness and meditation workshops, and everything in between. 

43 Worple Road, SW19 4JZ



Wafflemeister is, hear me out, master of the waffle! It’s no joke – the menu spans signature liege waffles, sweet American waffles, savoury American waffles, as well as sweet and savoury crepes, sundaes, gelato, shakes, frappes and many, many more indulgent treats and goodies in countless variations. Our favourites include the All Day Breakfast American waffle, Nutella Sandwich and Strawberry Mess. 

28 The Broadway, SW19 1RE


Rosy Lea Café 

Hearty food, aromatic coffee and homely atmosphere – Rosy Lea Café might not be the fanciest out there but it certainly has a friendly warmth to it. Expect a wide range of hot and cold sandwiches, coffees, smoothies, fry-ups and similar staple foods.  

186 The Broadway, SW19 1RY


Bliss Coffee 

Unique menu, quality food and lovely service – Bliss Coffee promises to have you blissing out. Pop in for a delish bagel, Full English, mouthwatering pastries and delish sandwiches.  

264 The Broadway, SW19 1SB


The Victorian Café 

A quaint little café in the heart of Wimbledon. Besides tea, coffee and cake, they also serve delish homemade breakfasts, lunches and freshly made paninis, sandwiches and baguettes.  

Worple Rd, SW19 4DA



Gelato. Oddono’s is, first and foremost, delish gelato in a myriad of amazing flavours (pistachio and chocolate are heavenly). Now winners of countless awards, they’ve been in the business for almost two decades and are still going strong. Do pop in for a cup of aromatic Italian coffee and a scrumptious hot Belgian waffle with a scoop or two.  

52 The Broadway, SW19 1RQ


Saucer & Cup 

A friendly café contemporary both in the menu selection and interior design, Saucer & Cup is loved by the locals. It prides itself on partnering with the best roasteries around the world to source the most aromatic coffees with excellent composition. Plus, a lovely, light, carefully curated menu that values quality over quantity.  

159 Arthur Road, SW19 8AD


Maison St Cassien 

Small, lovely and independent, it’s a perfect destination if you want to escape the coffeehouse chains in the Village. Both Maria Sharapova and Andy Murray apparently liked it there, and fairly so – it’s been serving an excellent selection of coffee, tea and delish Mediterranean and Lebanese food since 1998.  

71 High Street, SW19 5EE


Windmill Tea Rooms 

The loveliest place to pop into after a leisurely passaggiata in the park. The menu is short and sweet, and on the “good, homemade and hearty” moreso than refined and sophisticated, coffee is delicious, smoothies are excellent, and the view on the windmill – gorgeous. Plus an impressive selection of all things treats and pastries. 

Windmill Rd, SW19 5NQ


Brioche Farmhouse Café 

Located in Deen City Farm – just next to Morden Hall Park – Brioche Farmhouse Café boasts the finest quality homemade cakes: their Victoria Sponge is to die for, and they have a gluten-free version too, as well as lovely pastries, light lunches and aromatic coffee. Plus, it’s literally on the farm – so after you down your coffee, head out to pet baby goats and adorable lambs.  

39 Windsor Ave, SW19 2RR


Café Mori 

Coffee. Tea. Desserts. All Japanese. Cafe Mori is a paradise for all lovers of oriental cuisines, and particularly Japanese, with creamy matcha lattes, hand drip coffee and match rolls on the menu. Kawaii desserts aplenty (just wait to sink your teeth into those flower cupcakes – and the matcha crepe cake is just perfectly green) – and they do make tasty rice dishes, too.  

68 The Broadway, SW19 1RQ


DeRosier Chocolate & Coffee Shop 

Handmade chocolate and artisan coffee – doesn’t it sound wonderful? Leona and Andrew, the team behind DeRosier share a love for all things chocolate and coffee and are more than keen to share it with everyone who steps into their little kingdom. Their treats are real edible works of art, too.  

Wimbledon Park, 81 Revelstoke Road, SW18 5NL


Belgian Brasserie 

An independent crêperie, waffle house and jazz lounge, Belgian Brasserie has both amazing events and delicious coffee galore. Do follow their website to find out about all the amazing artists they host regularly, or just pop in for a mouthwatering waffle with coffee.  

Merton Abbey Mills, Watermill Way, SW19 2RD



A lovely café and restaurant filled with natural daylight, Babylon is friendly, spacious and offers first-class service and coffee, not to mention many types of aromatic tea and fabulous selection of cocktails, if you fancy something a little stronger.  

76, 78 Coombe Ln, Raynes Park, London SW20 0LL


Coffee in the Wood 

Your friendly family-run coffee shop to escape the hustle and bustle. Their cakes look great and taste even better, and service is uber friendly. Plus some superb exhibitions by local talent both emerging and established.  

99 High Street Colliers Wood, SW19 2JF