If you’re looking for cafes near Victoria Station, head to beautiful Belgravia which is a short stroll from the popular transport hub. With easy access to Buckingham Palace, musicals, award-winning restaurants and luxury hotels, Belgravia is a pretty neighbourhood buzzing with cafes.
Belgravia’s café scene near Victoria Station is rich and diverse. From Instagrammable artisan cafés to cosy, family-run businesses, there is plenty to choose from when hunting down your morning caffeine fix.
Here are six of our favourites:
Black Sheep Coffee, Belgravia
Indulge in an oozing cheese toastie or smoked salmon and cream cheese bagel at Black Sheep Coffee in Belgravia, less than a 10-minute walk from Victoria Station.
Driven by a passion for coffee, Black Sheep Cafe offers four speciality Arabica coffee beans, to be sipped in an informal trendy setting surrounded by neon lighting and murals of Godzilla.
If you have a dog in tow, four-legged friends are welcome here.
6-10 Elizabeth Street, London, SW1W 9RB
Stullen is a cute sandwich café in Belgravia near Victoria Station that offers a quaint setting for breakfast, brunch or lunch.
Offering four different types of bread with a mouth-watering selection of fillings, Stullen hits the spot. The turkey and cheese sandwich on rye bread is a favourite with regulars and only costs £5.
Deliveries, pickups and office deliveries can all be organised through the Stullen website.
9 Eccleston Street, SW1W 9LX, London
L’eto Caffe, Belgravia
Stocked to the rafters with artisan cakes to feast your eyes on, L’eto Caffe also offers plenty of cafe-style brunch options.
Choose between sweet treats, such as indulgent baked banana and strawberry pancakes or a healthier option like the spirulina and pecan granola bowl.
The diverse coffee menu boasts no-frills cappuccinos alongside saffron Spanish lattes, for the more adventurous. A 10% discount can be found on the website.
10 West Halkin Street, London, SW1X 8JL
Tomtom Coffee House, Belgravia
Calling all coffee enthusiasts! Whether you’re sipping in or grabbing a bag to take away, freshness is guaranteed at Tomtom Coffee House. There isn’t a bean in the house that is more than two weeks away from the roaster.
The cafe also offers a delicious array of healthy, organic food, including classics such as avocado on toast and Turkish eggs.
Situated on a very pretty corner of Ebury Street in Belgravia, you can enjoy your food and drink on the terrace outside.
114 Ebury Street, London, SW1W 9QD
Chestnut Bakery, Belgravia
One of Belgravia’s cutest bakeries/cafes near Victoria Station, Chestnut Bakery is a fairly new kid on the block with friendly staff serving savvy locals and visitors since 2021.
Munch on tasty breads and pastries while giving something back as philanthropy and community are at the heart of Chestnut Bakery. For every person to sign up to their newsletter or follow the bakery on Instagram, a loaf will be donated to a local food bank.
A multicultural spot, you’ll find chocolate babka buns served here alongside Moroccan bread.
Chocolate babka bun £5.15
Moroccan bread £2.90
For the full menu with prices check out Chestnut Bakery’s website.
17-21 Elizabeth St, London, SW1W 9RP
Ole & Steen, Belgravia
A Danish bakery in the heart of Victoria, Ole & Steen is the brainchild of two Danish bakers. The first-ever Ole and Steen opened in Copenhagen more than 30 years ago.
Selecting only the best ingredients and injecting a little love and experience culminates in a fantastic eating experience.
The cinnamon swirls go especially well with a Kaffee (coffee) and will leave you change from £8.
31 Eccleston Place, London, SW1W 9NF
Indulge in hand-iced biscuits and coffee at Biscuiteers, a luxury biscuit shop and cafe in Eccleston Yards near Victoria Station.
If you have a bit more time, join a two-hour icing class or book afternoon tea with sandwiches, cakes, scones and hand-iced biscuits, washed down with a cup of tea or a glass of bubbly. .
Prices for icing experiences start at £70.
14-15 Eccleston Yards, London, SW1W 9AZ
Peggy Porschen Parlour, Belgravia
And the prize for the prettiest bakery in the world goes to…. Yep, Peggy Porschen Parlour! This head turner on the corner of Edbury Street, just around the corner from Victoria Station has been snapped and Instagrammed more times than any of the local celebs that live in the neighbourhood.
Pretty in pink, from the pink wrap-around terrace to the plates you eat your pink cake off. Indulge in a red velvet cupcake and a cappuccino for less than £10. Take a look at the website below to see the other options available, such as afternoon tea… A real photo opp!
116 Ebury Street, London, SW1W 9QQ