Murray Blake

London food and coffee writer

Federation Coffee


Unit 77-78, Brixton Village Market, SW9 8PS
Mon – Wed 8am – 5pm, Thu – Fri 8am – 6pm, Sat 9am – 6pm, Sun 9am – 5pm
Nearest tube: Brixton
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Federation coffee is nestled in the bustling Brixton village and is fastly becoming a serious player on the London coffee scene.  They roast their own beans  and the staff (mostly Aussies) seem very passionate about their craft.  It is a tiny place with about 6 tables inside and 5 outside, so you might have to share a table – I would recommend sitting outside and watching all of the characters that Brixton village attracts walking by.

My flat white was almost perfect – beautifully finished with fantastically creamy milk and an intense caffeine kick.  They also have a great range of baking – I opted for a cherry coconut slice which was freshly made, topped with good quality chocolate and a great partner to my coffee.

Federation offers well made coffee and a relaxed atmosphere – it is definitely worth a visit.
Coffee score – 4.5/5
Atmosphere – 4/5


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