Our cafes

We're privileged to be located in some of the most iconic London destinations and we endeavour to provide a beautiful relaxed neighbourhood cafe, with outstanding coffee, brunches, cakes and service.



Our story started back in 2011 on the vibrant Camden High Street. The store, then named Leyas, became a firm neighbourhood favourite. We refurbed recently, reopening as Saint Espresso.

Baker Street

Our second independent coffee shop brings something different and authentic to the locals and workers of Baker Street and Marylebone.


Our newest and biggest store located at the Here East campus is our first café and roastery space in the heart of Hackney Wick, a stone’s throw from the Olympic Park.


Saint Espresso Angel is proud to serve our local neighbours, from the residents of Islington, to the passing commuters and, of course, local businesses. 


  Our Kentish Town Kitchen is a hub for the local community and a place to hang out for brunch, lunch or sweet treats throughout the day.


Our approach is simple

Saint Espresso started with a simple aim, to bring excellent coffee to the local neighbourhood in a beautiful setting, with top, friendly service.

We invested in the best equipment and well-trained, experienced staff to ensure we serve consistently great coffee. Our team sources and roasts all of our own coffee before it arrives freshly in store where we meticulously weigh, extract and pour each cup.

We’re proud to be a true independent, serving our local neighbourhoods.


The team at our roastery in Hackney work tirelessly to ensure we produce only the highest quality coffees, which are available to purchase in-store and wholesale.

We work with green bean importers across Europe to source specialty coffee from the freshest of crops, with the finest of flavours and fairest trade to the farmers.

You can be assured that every effort is made to deliver quality and consistency across every batch of coffee we roast.

“Saint is an almost religious homage to the coffee bean. The food is very nice, but it’s the coffee and teas that take centre stage.”
— The Telegraph