While strolling through Broadway Market with Abigail on our Saturday morning date, I spotted a petite French cafe deli filled with people, some sitting at a huge table inside, some at the big windows, others in the sun outside. The atmosphere seemed so much fun with everyone being joyful, full of laughter, and immersed in entertaining conversations with friends. The vibe was truly addictive and it didn’t take long for me to realize that I had added L’eau à la Bouche to my London-must-visit-list.
So, on our last morning in town, Yael and I went to explore my discovery.
We got ourselves some great seats at the floor to ceiling windows. With this we were able to spot some interesting and eclectic looking characters. People were on their laptops, mainly MacBooks, working away while sipping on coffee and munching on artisan cheeses, fresh fluffy Quiche, and sweet delights. My kind of place.
Everything looked incredibly tasty, and it was hard to decide what to get. So, we ordered a baguette and an almond croissant to share. Two cappuccinos were added and we felt set for another morning of wandering the East London streets.
L’eau à la Bouche can be found at 35-37 Broadway Market. Make sure to pay them a visit when you’re in the area. It’s truly a little East London gem.