Last week I met my cousin Rosie for a quick al fresco lunch in between meetings. As we were both around Oxford Circus on that day, we headed to one of Market Place’s newest arrivals and took full advantage of the glorious weather, settling ourselves outside at Coppa Club.
Coppa Club “is a place for eating, drinking, meeting and unwinding”. They wanted to create the feel of a members club, but without the fees and certainly none of the snobbery. They offer all day dining, including breakfast and brunch, a lovely long bar, sofas inside on which to unwind and tables, wifi and plug sockets a plenty… So settling in here for the day with your laptop is exactly what they want you to do.
We perused the menu, which included small plates and snacks to share, grilled mains, sourdough pizzas and gorgeous healthy salads – we made our selections pretty quickly (no surprise) and everything was absolutely delicious… I even fell in love with the crockery. Apparently it’s from Portugal… *looks up flights*
I absolutely loved the kale salad – I could eat it every day! And the fresh juices were very generous and the perfect accompaniment to our meal.
We shared a dessert… but I could have ordered everything on the menu. I have no idea how one is meant to chose between a lemony ricotta cheesecake, a flourless chocolate and almond cake, or a sticky toffee pudding?
We went sticky toffee.
This isn’t the only Coppa Club in town – you can also find them in Tower Bridge, and I look forward to visiting very soon & sipping a cocktail on arguably the largest outdoor terrace on the Thames!
(I think they have sticky toffee pudding too… #nobrainer)
9-10 Market Place,
London, W1W 8AQ
Rosie & I were guests at Coppa Club, but all thoughts and opinions are my own. Including those on *that* sticky toffee pudding.
This post was shot on my LEICA D-LUX – dinky but dynamic ;)