What: Over Under Coffee
In a nutshell: Friendly, top notch coffee
Summing it all up: Promising “consistently excellent cup, visit after visit,” Over Under Coffee is a friendly, community-focused venture, with a menu heavy on local produce, including coffee beans sourced from Brixton’s Assembly.
Ham Yard Village, Soho’s bustling boutique area, is set to get a new community-driven coffee shop.
Working together with Brixton’s Assembly Coffee, Over Under Coffee will be focusing on providing friendly service, local produce and above all, “consistently excellent cup, visit after visit.” It’ll be their second site after their flagship branch over in Earl’s Court.
On the menu, it’s all British food, made with produce from the local suppliers, so smoked meat and fish comes in from the Upton Smokery in the Cotswolds, while bread will be sourced from Seven Seeded.
In their Earl’s Court branch, we’ve seen dishes like smoked chicken sandwiches, kale and butternut squash salad and chorizo toast with aioli, plus breakfast bowls like coconut yoghurt or teff porridge, so expect similar in Soho.
(Plus, for all the Irish expats reading, we couldn’t fail to mention that - yes! - they serve Barry’s tea! Which is fine news indeed, as long as you can swallow paying £1.90 for a taste of home...)
More about Over Under Coffee
Where is it? 4 Ham Yard, London W1D 7DT
When does it open? 6 November 2017
Soft launch info: From 6 November, Over Under Coffee will serve free coffee for a week.