Nude Espresso Cafe @ Spitalfields/Brick Lane

Nude Espresso CafeNude Espresso Cafe

最近、Down Under(ダウンアンダー)人(オーストラリア・ニュージーランド人)がやっているカフェをよく見かける。Mの行きつけ、Nude Espresso Cafeもその一つ。以前に書いたRosa’sと同じ通り、 Spitalfields MarketとBrick Lane(ブリックレーン)の間に位置するこのカフェは、ニュージーランド人経営。真っ赤に塗られた外観(これもRosa’sと同じ)に反し、北欧調の木製家具でシンプルかつナチュラルに仕上げられたカフェは、ゴチャゴチャしたブリック・レーン界隈で憩いの場になっている。朝、新鮮な素材を使ってカフェのキッチンで一から作られたサンドイッチやスイーツは、フレッシュで美味しい。こだわりのあるコーヒーもいける。ニュージーランド生まれで、ダウンアンダーで人気のFlat White(ラッテと似ているが、エスレッソの量が多い)も、ここで飲める。オーナーもスタッフもいつも礼儀正しく、カフェも手入れが行き届いていて、カフェへの愛情が感じられる。ロンドンのカフェが全て、Nude Espressoのようだったらいいのに、と思う。

Recently I see more cafes owned by ‘Down Under‘s, Aussies and Kiwis, in London. M’s regular place, Nude Espresso Cafe is also one of them. The cafe is located in between Spitalfields Market and Brick Lane, on the same street with Rosa’s. On the contrary to the bright red storefront, the interior of the cafe is simple + natural with Scandinavian style wooden furniture, and the cafe is a perfect place to relax in the rather messy Brick Lane area. The food (sandwiches and sweets), made from scratch with quality ingredients every morning in the premise, is fresh and delicious. Their passion in coffee results in decent espresso or cappuccino, which is unfortunately hard to find in London. You can have Flat White, created in New Zealand and popular in Down Under, which is similar to Latte but stronger taste with more espresso. The owner and staffs are always cordial and the cafe is cleaned and well taken care with love. I wish all cafes in London have the same passion as Nude Espresso has…

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14 responses to “Nude Espresso Cafe @ Spitalfields/Brick Lane

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    These are good ;-)

  3. those look so good :)

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