Food & Drink

Coffee, beer, wine, and food. Why even leave?

Published On 04/19/2012 Published On 04/19/2012

Bringing you the freshest cup in London from literally the other side of the planet, New Zealand bean stalwarts Ozone have set up in a two-story, exposed-brick space in Shoreditch, where they'll handle roasting raw, green coffee cherries daily, unless Jimmy Carr possibly makes a guest-barista appearance.

Beyond espressos, lattes, etc., there's a brew station employing more exotic filtering methods, like having Full Monty dancers strain java through their... no, actually like the pour-over Hario (looks like a coffee cup sitting on a coffee cup), the beaker-like Chemex, and the chunky Swiss Gold, a reusable filter made with real precious metal.

Calm your jitters with sustenance ranging from orange & cardamom French toast, to Szechwan pepper squid, steak sandwiches w/ beetroot & aged cheddar, and pork & fennel sausages sided by mash & brown gravy, certain to have backbenchers queued up for miles.

Being Kiwis, they've also slung in a short & sweet list of NZ wines, and couple of taps pouring Meantime lager/pale, something 8 out of 10 cats enjoy getting roasted on.

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1. Ozone Coffee Roasters 11 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4AQ (Shoreditch)

Set up in a two-story, exposed-brick space in Shoreditch, Ozone is serving the freshest cup o’ joe from literally the other side of the planet (New Zealand). London has plenty of amazing coffee, but Ozone takes the cafe to another level, dishing out exceptional food as well. Serving brunch till 4pm and an all-day menu from 11:45am - 8pm, we’re not just talking sandwiches and muffins: bigger plates include braised beef short rib with sweetcorn polenta, or citrus mackerel with apple, gem lettuce, and dill buttermilk dressing.

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