296 Kentish Town Road, London, NW5 2TG.
Saturday 03rd November 2018. .
Cappuccino - £2.80.
Flat white - £2.70.
Mocha - £3.50, Takeaway.
Coffee beans are roasted by Saint Espresso themselves. They state they provide high quality coffee and fairest trade to the famers who provide the coffee beans.
Coffee origins; Uganda, Guatemala, Myanmar and Colombia.
They sell their roasted beans either in store or wholesale and you can order online on the website or purchase in store.
Well rounded and balanced coffees during my visit.
Good looking ceramic black cups.
Decent looking latte art & coffee art patterns, in particular the tulip pattern.
I like the look of the takeaway cup.
They sell coffee products in store which include; Aeropress machine, V60 dripper, Coffee and grinder, cups and further products.
Mushroom and Spinach on Seeded Toast, £5.50, Tarragon-cured field mushrooms and wilted baby spinach. Light filling meal. Vegan. The food presentation for all the meals was superb. .
Chorizo Avocado, £9.00, Spicy Avocado, grilled chorizo and free-range poached egg on seeded toast. On point! Lovely flavours and hit the spot.
Vegan Brunch, £9.00, Sweet potato, baby spinach, slow roast tomatoes, avocado, mushrooms, seeds and sourdough toast.
My friend bought this and he really enjoyed the mix of flavours, including the sweet potato and mushrooms.
Very filling and enjoyable meal.
Pear, hazelnut and Dark Chocolate Latte Cake, £3.00. Splendid tasting cake.
Food overall was terrific. Tasted fresh, presented well and every single meal looked divine when coming out. Lovely brunch spot and coffee. They also sell light snacks to go and mouth watering pastries.
I went to meet an old friend who I haven't seen for years and Saint Espresso Kitchen had been on my radar for a while.
They have three stores in London.
They have a sister shop called Leyas which was my first ever coffee review I did.
Quick, friendly, polite staff. Baristas give you number coaster. They bring over the brews & food while you wait.