Spacious sharing tables, laidback staff, great coffee, fast wifi, and the kind of light that doesn’t make you feel like you’re working in a coffee bunker. These are not exactly the attributes of most coffee shops in Bloomsbury, but Fleet Kitchen on Tavistock Square is all of these things. They also do some great baked on the premises things like flapjacks and s’mores slices, as well as decent inexpensive lunches of the quiche and salad variety.
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