Boki Coffee Pouring in Boxpark Wembley Park

Boki Coffee in Wembley Park

Boasting the best coffee in Wembley Park, independent coffee shop Boki serves a range of great tea, coffee, smoothies and snacks, making it the perfect place to stop to get a quick caf-feine fix or pick-me-up. Sound good? Then pop down to Boki Coffee shop located in Unit 2 of Boxpark Wembley.

Perfectly combining delicious coffee with great vibes, Boki is an exciting new take on a coffee kiosk. It’s also an ideal place to stop and refuel when you're out and about in Wembley Park.

As well as offering hot and cold brews, you can get your hands on freshly made juices, homemade cakes, toasties and other seasonal street foods. This includes one of our firm favourites, their homemade banana bread!

To ensure that everyone can enjoy their irresistible menu, the team at Boki also offer a number of gluten-free, wheat-free, dairy-free and even sugar-free options which are equally as tasty.

Boki Coffee top choices

Whether you're looking to quench your thirst or fight off that hunger, Boki Coffee has plenty of delicious options on the menu. Though the menu is often changing, especially with the seasons, we’ve pulled together a list of just some of the tasty goods you can get your hands on at their kiosk:

  • Cappuccino
  • Mocha
  • Hulk smoothie
  • Superfruit smoothie
  • Apple, carrot and ginger juice
  • Double cheese sourdough toastie
  • Banana bread

History of Boki Coffee

Boki is an independent coffee business that was founded in 2015 by two friends. (Bo)ris and (Ki)m initially combined aspects of their names to create Boki and set up a pop-up coffee bar in West London. This was followed by a stand-alone store which they opened in Covent Garden in 2017 and they eventually joined the Boxpark Wembley family in 2019.

Boki Coffee in Boxpark Wembley Park
Boki Coffee Art in Boxpark Wembley Park


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