Looking for things to do in Wembley Park? Nothing is more satisfying than a good cup of coffee – except maybe a cup of coffee and a slice of cake.
Wembley Park coffee shops run the gamut from local indies to British brands to international chains, all brewing up excellent espresso drinks, fresh filter coffee, and tasty snacks.
Black Sheep Coffee
Black Sheep Coffee is a local London chain – their Wembley Park location is their 24th site in the capital, Manchester, and Manila (yes, in the Philippines). They’re all about serving up great coffee, visiting plantations to make sure the beans are top-quality and packed with flavour. Don’t follow the crowd – be a black sheep and grab a turmeric latte, a Coco-Bongo Shake, and truffle mushroom pizza.
Bread Ahead, one of London’s most beloved independent bakeries, got their start in the foodie haven of Borough Market. Great news - they’re now selling their flaky pastries, gorgeous sourdough bread, and world-famous filled doughnuts at their Wembley Park location. Did we mention that they serve up a great cup of coffee? Take things to the next level and enrol in one of their baking classes - learn how to make delicious pizzas, scones, and so much more.
Boki is run by a pair of pals named – you guessed it - (Bo)ris and (Ki)m. They’re passionate about good coffee and street food, and their Wembley Park kiosk follows hot on the heels of their Seven Dials location. Swing by Boki in BOXPARK Wembley to indulge in a salted caramel brownie, double cheese toastie, and an expertly prepared flat white.
If you’re craving anything rem-oat-ly oaty, Oatopia has what you fancy. Since 2011, this family-run business has been slinging oats, cakes, and good coffee to folks across the UK. A vital part of the BOXPARK community, the Wembley Park Oatopia shop has become a wholesome favourite. Try one of more than 25 different flapjack varieties, tasty oat smoothies, and energy bombs, all washed down with an Americano.
Maybe you want something a bit more daring? T4 is dedicated to the fine art of Taiwanese bubble, with each cup prepared from the highest quality tea leaves grown in the mountains of Taiwan. Head to T4 in Boxpark Wembley Park to try a Coconut Jelly Milk Tea, an Oreo Potted Milkshake, or a refreshing Honey Peach Royal Tea.
Longboys are all about gorgeous doughnuts, excellent coffee, and soft-serve ice cream delights, bringing their joy and passion for food to BOXPARK Wembley. Their doughnuts are made from a light brioche base and gourmet fillings that give them just enough sweetness and a complex flavour profile. These treats are next level decadent without the extra calories. Treat yourself - pair their Sticky Toffee Caramel Pecan finger doughnut with a latte or a cappuccino.
A proud British institution, Costa Coffee has been selling great coffee since 1971. Using a proprietary blend of Mocha Italia coffee, every cup is made to the chain’s exacting standards, alongside a wide range of cold drinks and teas. If you’re hungry, Costa is known for its toasties, sandwiches, and freshly baked goodies. Find them in the London Designer Outlet and on Olympic Way.
No matter whether you’re in Beijing, Cape Town, Seattle or Wembley Park, you can always rely on Starbucks to deliver consistently good coffee and a wide range of snacks, sandwiches, and pastries. They’ve always got something seasonal and new on the menu alongside your classic favourites. You’ll find Starbucks inside Cineworld Wembley Park, so pop in for a Frappuccino, marmite and cheese toastie, or cranberry bliss bar.
Caffè Nero delivers fantastic coffee to a high Italian each at the locations across the UK. Each cup is filled to the brim with premium Italian coffee brewed to your exact specifications, whether you go for a classic cortado or espresso, or indulge in a Mocha. Caffè Nero, located in the London Designer Outlet, also serves up hearty soups, authentic pastas, and excellent panini sandwiches. Molto Bene.
If you’re ever wondering what to do in Wembley Park, why not start with a coffee? You’ll find everything is a bit clearer after a cuppa joe.