Four Corners café is located on a sweet little street 5 minutes away from Waterloo station. For a travel and hot drink lover, this really is a bit of a dream. As you can see from the image above, there is a decent sized library of travel guides which you can browse while having a hot drink and one of their (very lovely and moist) cakes!
It does unfortunately have the price associated with most nice London cafés, so it’s expensive.
Unfortunately I didn’t retain the individual prices of what I bought. However my total order: a chai latte, carrot cake and Vita Coco coconut water was £8.50.
It’s located on lively street called Lower Marsh. Aside from the café you can pop into a nice resutraunt after for a full meal, and even take your day into the night in a cuban restaurant/ club. LOCAL TIP: I visited the cafe with a Waterloo local, who mentioned that one of the Korean restaurants Po Cha(gogopocha.com) do a £5 lunch deal which is very authentic and tasty.
12 Lower Marsh, London SE1 7RJ
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