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Good Coffee comes to Loughborough Junction at the Beanery Cafe

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A group of local residents have opened a smart new coffee shop at the entrance to the Loughborough Junction train station.

Sabina Pieper, Koyser, Vincent Taghzouit and Bob Cookman opened the Beanery cafe on the 10th of February 2011 – a place they describe as a ” An independent coffee shop serving specialist coffees, pastries and stone baked pizza’s of a very high standard. ”

The Beanery is looking to cater for the local community, many of whom pass through the station twice a day, and residents who fancy a quality cup of coffee and a bite to eat during the day. The Beanery will be open Monday – Friday 7am to 8pm, Saturday 9am to 8pm and Sunday 11am to 8pm.

Sabina opened the new cafe with her partners, Koyser, Vincent Taghzouit and Bob Cookman, who worked tirelessly on the design and redecoration of the interior finished off with a mural to help contribute to the relaxed atmosphere.

The new business makes Sabina and her partners’ new pioneers in Loughborough Junction which has not seen a new cafe open for quite some time. It’ll be great if a place like Beanery could contribute to people staying local. Sabina would love the coffee shop to be a place where the community meets, where mothers and their children meet other mothers, where the students who live there meet to socialise.

The Beanery is emphasizing quality coffees from Monmouth Coffee in Covent Garden, locally sourced organic artisan pastries, they are particularly proud of their almond croissants. In the evenings, it will be a place where you can bring your own bottle of wine and enjoy thin crust, stone baked pizzas – not the American type (like Domino’s or Pizza hut) but the “proper” Italian pizzas. Vincent is a trained pizza chef with an eye for perfection.

The Beanery would love to help improve the area around Loughborough Junction – and can do so, with everybody’s help. Come down to the Beanery, stay local and enjoy their great coffee, fresh pastries and pizzas!

located at Beanery,
Loughborough Junction Station,
Coldharbour Lane, London, SW9 8SA

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6 thoughts on “Good Coffee comes to Loughborough Junction at the Beanery Cafe

  1. i just wanted to thank everybody who has supported the beanery so far by coming in, sampling our coffees and food and have a chat with us. we enjoyed our first month in loughborough junction immensely and we have met such a lovely and diverse bunch of locals many of whom come regularly and have become friends already. for the future i hope that we can continue to offer the greatest coffee. we are also in the process of offering hot food such as tangine, rice and chicken. watch the space xx

  2. Conversation was interrupted by police sirens and we were getting funny looks from the top deck of the passing buses I sat outside this cafe and ate one of the nicest pizzas I have eaten in London in ages. Great!

  3. nversation was interrupted by police sirens and we were getting funny looks from the top deck of the passing buses but we sat outside this cafe and ate one of the nicest pizzas I have eaten in London in ages. Great!

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  5. The beanery is holding a private view tonight for a series of photographs by young Camberwell artist Kira Zhingalina. Kira will for the first time show her impressions of Camber Sands. Everyone is welcome to join us for the event between 1800 and 2100 tonight. Hope to see you there

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