Hello loves, today I am back with another edition in my coffee guide series. We are saying goodbye to Costa and Starbucks and welcoming cute independent cafes. I am slightly cheating as I’ve already posted a guide to Bath, but after discovering the most picturesque cafe ever I couldn’t not share it with you!
Sweet Little Things, 6 Lower Borough Walls
This Saturday was spent brunching in the cutest, and most instagrammable tea room ever with Phoebe. I originally discovered Sweet Little Things on Instagram as my little florist friend was the brains behind the magic of the flower wall. We visited on a very windy, miserable day and we were greeted with plush pink seats, neon lights, faux flowers and the most welcoming staff ever – it was amazing!
I first opted for an Americano, which isn’t the most photogenic coffee in the world, but by far the most delicious. Their food menu was amazing and consists of a variety of brekkie options, afternoon tea and even alcohol and snack hampers! Me being me, opted for the mashed avocado (I think I may be slightly addicted to avo). Two slices of light sourdough were covered with avocado, chilli, a chunk of lemon and streaky bacon and it was the perfect combination. It is typically served with poached eggs but I’m a little weirdo who doesn’t like them haha!
Before the food arrived I took the opportunity whilst the cafe wasn’t completely full to get some snaps, and without blowing my own horn too much, my insta will be popping with these photos. Their style reminds me of London’s Peggy Porschens so much because of their use of pink tones and flowers everywhere and I am so not mad about it. The main feature, of course, is the Sweet Little Things neon sign and flower wall, it is so stunning and the flower theme continues downstairs and even has a swing down there! How freaking cool?! Unfortunately, it was way too busy to grab any photos of the downstairs.
The food was ALMOST as photogenic as the cafe itself. Once I was finished taking endless amounts of photos I finally tucked in and it did not disappoint. It tasted as good as it looks! Phoebe ordered the banana and choc pancakes and I had a bit of envy, they looked amazing – I defo need to come back for them!
I think this is one of my fav cafes in Bath, but does get extremely busy so it is worth getting there reasonably early or booking!
Society, The Corridor
If you live in Bath, then you will agree with me when I say Society does the best coffee. Like they are the QUEENS of coffee, they always nail it. However, the amount of choice they have available is a little intimidating, you kind of need to know your shit haha!
Just like Sweet Little Things, Society is a very instagrammable coffee shop but has a completely opposite style. SLT is very feminine and boutique, whereas Society is very contemporary and cool and is somewhere you could easily spend all day studying or catching up with friends. Talking of studying, I have actually spent a morning in their window seat watching the world go by and caught up on blog work and it was so relaxing.
I apologise I haven’t got better photos, I definitely recommend checking out their Instagram. There are two Society’s in Bath and the one I visited was the one in The Corridor, but if there is a big group of you going I recommend the one on Kingsmead Square as there is also outdoor seating!
Thank you all for reading the third instalment of my coffee guide series, I hope you enjoyed it as much as the other two. Also, can we take a little moment to appreciate the fact there is more than one upload this week haha? Am I actually prepared with this blogging malarky for once in my life?!
Until next time,
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