Whether you’re an ardent coffee-lover or simply enjoy the cosy ambience of a bustling cafe, there’s a whole host of options for you to sample around one of London’s busiest hubs. With this many choices though, it can be difficult to find exactly what you’re looking for.

To help you source your next caffeine hit, we’ve put together a selection of charming cafes where you can indulge in aromatic coffees, delectable pastries, and perfectly curated atmospheres. No matter if you’re looking for a quick coffee, a leisurely brunch, or a welcome spot to unwind, these cafes near Green Park Station are sure to satisfy your needs.

H.R. Higgins

Sample a piece of coffee history by visiting H.R. Higgins, a coffee and tea merchant that has been serving its customers since 1942. Make sure to utilise the knowledge and experience of the exceptional staff to guide you into picking the perfect blend.

The Mayfair shop is a coffee connoisseur’s dream, with an enormous selection of beans and blends for you to peruse. Then, head downstairs to the coffee lounge to enjoy an expertly prepared tea or coffee. The cafe is famed for its pour-over coffees, traditionally brewed with copper drippers for an authentic taste experience.

Don’t forget to treat yourself to a freshly baked cake or pastry while you’re there to truly top off your H.R. Higgins experience.

79 Duke Street, London, W1K 5AS

14 minute walk from Green Park Station

Everbean Cafe & Wine Bar

A true hidden gem in the heart of Mayfield, welcome to the Everbean Cafe & Wine Bar. While its transformation into an elegant wine bar in the evening is certainly impressive, it’s as a traditional cafe that Everbean really shines. Grab a coffee and some homemade granola, pull up a chair on the mezzanine, and simply watch the world go by.

The bright white walls and the rich wooden countertops give the place a warmth that rivals its coffee, and the staff are extremely kind and helpful. Just an 11-minute walk from Soho and 17 from Leicester Square, Everbean is the perfect place to fuel up for a day strolling through the streets of London.

30 Avery Row, London, W1K 4BB

10 minute walk from Green Park Station


Transport yourself to Paris by stepping into this vintage-inspired cafe on Mount Street. Hideaway previously found fantastic success during two popups and finally found its permanent home. The interior of the cafe is classically styled, with small accent pieces scattered throughout to add a welcome touch of eccentricity.

Coffee, croissants, and pastries are the order of the day for any morning revellers, while you can treat yourself to more lavish orders in the evening, with oysters and champagne on the menu. Indulge in some gourmet options such as Hideaway’s famous croque monsieur with black truffle — well worth the £26 price tag.

This isn’t a place to grab your coffee and go, instead, try and linger a while and enjoy the surroundings — along with the top-class menu.

100 Mount Street, London, W1K 2TG

10 minute walk from Green Park Station



Pasticceria Marchesi is a patisserie steeped in tradition. Originally founded in 1824 in Milan, the family-run pastry shop gained widespread renown for its homemade wares. Fast forward to today, and Marchesi still operates at its original address in Milan. It also opened up three further stores, including this exceptional cafe in the heart of Mayfair.

Enter and take in the beautiful traditional interior, where cherrywood furnishings are covered with an assortment of homemade pastries and other sweet treats. Tuck into the cafe’s famed sourdough panettone while you enjoy an Italian-style coffee, and relax in the plush velvet chairs as you soak in the vibrant and bustling atmosphere of the popular coffee shop.

117 Mount Street, London, W1K 3LA

9 minute walk from Green Park Station

The Connaught Patisserie

Nestled at the side of The Connaught, this beautiful cafe serves as the perfect morning pick-me-up for anyone around Green Park Station. The Connaught Patisserie serves a host of delicious cakes and pastries for you to indulge in. If you’re looking for something special, feast on their signature Connaughty Hound — a chocolate hazelnut cake shaped like the beloved establishment’s emblem. Enjoy this with a cup of coffee, tea, or even a glass of champagne if the mood takes you.

Soak in the timeless blend of classic and contemporary stylings in the pink-themed cafe that reflects the design of a jewellery box. Make sure to get there early though if you want to guarantee you secure your favourite sweet treat.

Carlos Place, London, W1K 2AL

10 minute walk from Green Park Station

Café Biltmore

Sitting right on the border between the cafe and fine dining, Cafe Biltmore offers a wide range of experiences with something for everyone. All-day dining, a dedicated brunch menu, and afternoon tea services all sit on the menu, leaving you spoiled for choice.

Relax in a laid-back atmosphere as floor-to-ceiling walls of plants and foliage create a truly tranquil experience — perfect for an Instagram post if you’re eager to take a snap. The pancakes are a firm fan favourite and are always worth a try, and the staff are exceptional. This is an experience you won’t want to miss!

44 Grosvenor Square, London, W1K 2HP

11 minute walk from Green Park Station