9 of the prettiest pink cafes in London [2023]

Pink cafes in London

Disclosure: I may earn a small commission from the companies or products mentioned in this post.

I think it’s safe to say that nowhere does a prettier cafe than London.

From elaborate floral displays to neon slogans dressing every wall, going to a cafe in London has become just as much about the surroundings as it is the food for us Londoners (*cough*cough* I’m looking at you fellow Insta addicts).

And what makes a cafe prettier than a splash of pink? Okay, more than a splash in most of these cases!

Here are 9 of the prettiest pink cafes in London to brighten up your Insta-feed, and maybe to grab a coffee and cake too…

Pretty pink cafes in London

Pretty pink cafes in London you need to visit


Where? Several locations in South Kensington, Knightsbridge, Mayfair, Belgravia, and Oxford Street.

Website: EL&N.

EL&N pink cafe in London
EL&N in Hans Crescent, right next to Harrods in Knightsbridge

Self-proclaimed ‘most Instagrammable cafe in London’ EL&N was founded in Mayfair in August 2017 and quickly become one of London’s most popular cafes due to its pretty pink interior, iconic flower wall, delicious coffees and healthy food offering.

Three years later the cafe chain has bloomed into a pink empire with new stores popping up all across the capital.

EL&N’s cafes are known for their elaborate yet elegant pink interiors with plenty of floral touches and neon signs, as well as the store’s individual quirks including a pink love heart wall, fairground carousel horses, and plenty of other fun additions which are sure to brighten up your Instagram feed.

Peggy Porschen

Where? 116 Ebury Street, Belgravia, SW1W 9QQ (original) | 219 King’s Rd, Chelsea, SW3 5EJ (flagship).

Website: Peggy Porschen.

Peggy Porschen pink cafe in London

As London’s original instagrammable pink cafe, Peggy Porchen is a must-visit for those searching for the prettiest cafes in London.

Now with two cafes located in the high-end neighbourhoods of Chelsea and Belgravia, Peggy Porschen’s is pretty difficult to miss, with their pastel pink exteriors, beautiful floral displays and, of course, the masses of people taking photos outside.

Don’t forget to grab one of their delicious and equally beautiful cupcakes while you’re there too!

Bella Boo’s Parlour

Where? 152 Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith, W6 9ER.

Website: Bella Boo’s Parlour.

Bella Boos pink cafe London

Full disclosure, I stumbled across this pretty pink London cafe completely by accident while on the way somewhere else, but I’m extremely glad I decided to go inside.

Bella Boos is a beautiful little hidden gem in West London, with a cafe serving coffee, smoothies, sandwiches, waffles, ice-creams and more sitting above their downstairs ‘Candy Land’ soft play area for children.

The cafe has a cute retro pink look, with a white and pink chequered floor, American diner-style tables and chairs and a hot pink fridge, as well as heart-shaped plates and quaint tea sets.

Not only is the food and drink at Bella Boos delicious and filling, but you’ll also avoid the crazy queues and higher prices at some of the better-known pink cafes in London.

With its kid’s play area, it’s also the most child-friendly of all the pink London cafes on this list.

Feya Cafe

Where? 23 James St, Marylebone, W1U 1DT | 146 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, SW3 1HX.

Website: Feya Cafe.

Feya Cafe in Marylebone

Feya is a contemporary and stylish cafe with two locations in Knightsbridge and Marylebone, serving colourful picture-perfect cakes, brunches, smoothie bowls, and more.

While the Marylebone cafe is a classic pastel pink with floral touches and elegant gold furnishings, the Knightsbridge cafe maintains the pink base but takes its decor one step further, boasting a tropical rainforest theme, with floral ‘birdcage’ tables and leafy green walls.

Dyce London

Where? 27 James St, Marylebone, W1U 1DX.

Website: Dyce London.

Dyce pink cafe in London
Photo credit: @dyceldn on Instagram

A modern, quirky, and extremely pink cafe in London’s Marylebone, Dyce is another new player on the pretty London cafe scene.

Dyce isn’t just popular for its unique pastel pink and blue interior, but also its drool-worthy desserts, tasty shakes, and colourful bubble teas which are just as picture-perfect (and delicious of course) as the surroundings you get to enjoy them in.

Dyce belongs to the same owners as Feya Cafe and sits right next door to the Oxford Street branch, meaning it’s easy to tick off both in one visit.


Where? 46 Maddox St, Mayfair, W1S 1AY.

Website: Natashkino on Instagram.

Natashkino pink London
Photo credit: @natashkinoltd on Instagram

Another hidden gem of a pink cafe in central London, Natashkino has managed to stay off of most Instagrammers’ radar… until now that is!

Unlike many of the other cafes on this list, this fun little spot is less pretty pink florals and quaint teacups and more in-your-face electric pink with an alternative vibe.

As well as their unique Ashwagandha Cacao Lattes with ‘f**k off’ politely dusted on top and bright green matcha soft serve, the quirky Japanese-inspired cafe also sells souvenirs and clothes.

How Matcha

Where? 47 Blandford Street, Marylebone, W1U 7HQ.

Website: How Matcha.

A tiny little gem hidden in the back streets of beautiful Marylebone, How Matcha is another of the prettiest pink cafes in London that’s a must-visit for matcha lovers.

While the matcha may be green, this cafe’s walls, chairs, signs, plates, cutlery, and even food are 100 shades of pink. The pairing gives the whole place a super cool and chilled-out summer in Cali vibe.

As you may have already guessed, the cafe specialises in delicious and nutritious matcha, with everything from simple matcha lattes to matcha lemonade, matcha bubble tea, and matcha cakes.

There are also plenty of other coffees and tasty sweet treats and desserts too if matcha isn’t your thing.

Whipped London

Where? Unit 65, Brixton Village, SW9 8PS | 29 Bedfordbury, Covent Garden, WC2N 4BJ.

Website: Whipped London.

Independently-owned Whipped was started by Alice Churchill, an esteemed chef with over 18 years worth of experience in global Michelin kitchens and high-end patisserie restaurants.

Alice became famous for her indulgent New York style baked cheesecakes and decided to branch out on her own to bring her delicious cakes to the people of London… resulting in the birth of Whipped.

Whipped now has two locations in London – one in Covent Garden and one in Brixton Village – both distinguishable by their pink facades and colourful, cutesie decor.

And once you’re done taking photos of the cute exterior, head inside and take on the challenge of choosing one of the many amazing cheesecake flavours on offer. There’s everything from classic vanilla to red velvet, lotus cookie dough, sticky toffee pecan, and plenty more.

Or if cheesecake isn’t your thing, Alice’s indulgent baked cookies are a must-try too!

XOXO Coffee

Where? 68 Walm Lane, Willesden Green NW2 4RA.

Website: XOXO Coffee.

XOXO pink cafe in London
Photo credit: XOXO Coffee

Hidden away in the suburbs of northwest London, XOXO is a lovely pink cafe in London that you can enjoy without having to queue for a table or fight your way through a sea of photoshoots.

The cafe’s stylish interior is subtle baby pink, with plenty of floral touches and some understated neon signs. You can get cosy on a plush satin armchair or try not to spill your drink on the unusual swing chairs.

If you visit during the day, you can enjoy XOXO’s brunch menu of avocado toast, acai bowls, veggie burgers and extravagant loaded croissants. Plus there are plenty of colourful coffees, teas, and vegan smoothies to pick from too.

Those of you with a sweet tooth can also enjoy the cafe’s mouthwatering selection of cakes, crepes, waffles, and shakes up until they close at 10pm Sun-Thurs and midnight Friday and Saturday!

Other pink places in London you’ll want to visit

The Gallery at Sketch

Where? 9 Conduit St, Mayfair, W1S 2XG.

Website: Sketch.

Sketch pink restaurant in London
Photo credit: @yuikanda on Unsplash

From cafes to a restaurant, The Gallery is probably the best-known pink restaurant in London and is one of several rooms inside of Mayfair’s famous design-led food, drink, and art venue Sketch.

The Gallery is a luxury gastro-brasserie restaurant with pastel pink walls and furnishings, complete with 200 original colourful prints and drawings by Turner Prize-winning artist David Shrigley.

The high-end pink establishment serves an imaginative menu specially designed by French Master Chef Pierre Gagnaire which includes a luxurious champagne afternoon tea.

Nail’d It Nail Salon

Where? Stores in Marylebone, Belgravia, Oxford Street, Clapham Junction, and Battersea.

Website: Nail’d It.

Nail'd It Pink Nail Salon London
Photo credit: @wenaildit on Instagram

Without a doubt the prettiest nail salons in London, Nail’d It is a must-visit for lovers of pretty pink decor and those searching for the most Instagrammable places in London.

From a pink London telephone box overflowing with beautiful roses in Belgravia to hot pink lockers fit for Barbie herself in Mayfair, each store has its own unique decor and props which will help you show off your new nails to thegram in the most extra way possible.

Sophie Tea Art Gallery

Where? 5-7 Foubert’s Pl, Carnaby, Soho, W1F 7PY.

Website: Sophie Tea Art.

Sophie Tea Art London in pink

Update 2022: Sophie Tea has now moved around the corner to 10 Carnaby St, W1F 9PF. The new building doesn’t have the same bright exterior, but it is just as pretty in pink inside.

One of my favourite pink places in London, Sophie Tea Art Gallery is a new addition to the already colourful area of Carnaby in Soho.

Sophie originally became famous by posting her art on Instagram, which eventually led to the opening of two amazing galleries in Sydney and London.

Her gorgeous and colourful art is all about female body empowerment and is housed inside a fluorescent pink building with other cute additions including an infinity room and compliments mirror which anyone can contribute to.

Enjoyed this post about the prettiest pink spots in London?

Pin it for later:

Pretty pink cafes in London pin
London City Calling

Emily is a born and raised London girl, starting life in the north of the capital then moving down to Fulham in the southwest. She has a master’s degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology from University College London and now works full-time running this blog and as a freelance travel writer, splitting her life between London and travelling the world as a digital nomad.

Find me on: Instagram