Britain’s Most Instagrammable Cafes
We defy you to find a corner of Sketch which isn’t gorgeous. Take afternoon tea in the sugar-pink dining room, or hole up in the boudoir-like Glade. Even the loos are fabulous.
No one gives better exterior décor like The Ivy Café. The Chelsea Garden branch’s maxim is ‘more is more’.
Pink plates, palms and succulents, shelves of pretty pottering – our eyes are alight with the loveliness of this retro-style café.
From the Deco-style pink and gilt bar, surrounded by palms, to the dark green banquettes in the restaurant, Bronte is a visual box of delights.
There’s vintage patterned china, the prettiest wallpaper and a genteel, old school feel at The Blackbird Tea Room – the tea even comes in a silver pot.
The Instagrammers’ hang-out du jour is Elan Café, with its pale pink and grey interiors, flower wall and ravishingly pretty cakes.
Ultra-Instagrammable Nordic-style interiors shop plus chic café (dark grey walls, stripped wood, outdoor seating) in one location? Our idea of heaven.
Undoubtedly the prettiest terrace in London – with a changing décor to reflect the seasons. In Spring, Dalloway Terrace is festooned with flowers.
Technically more an artisan bakery than a café, ARAN was opened by Bake Off contestant Flora Shedden as a way of encouraging people to the (pretty spectacular) area of Perthshire.
Any café that takes Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland as its theme can be expected to deliver - prepare for a wonderfully weird afternoon tea.
This white, airy Clerkenwell café and bar is adorned with plants – and palm-print chairs so covetable they give you the itch to re-cover your soft furnishings.
The original. Peggy Porschen is the prettiest, the pinkest, the hardest to get a seat outside (even when it’s raining).