If you don’t know where to find the best coffee in your area you’re in luck. We have compiled a list of the best coffee shops in Milton Keynes, according to Google reviews.
Boasting an impressive five stars on Google, The Green Elephant Cafe is an independent coffee shop that is committed to bringing you great coffee and amazing food. The food is prepared with organic, natural and ethical ingredients, and the coffee is sourced from world-renowned Square Mile Coffee Roasters in London.
Carlo’s Coffee Bar is a family run business aiming to provide the best coffee in Milton Keynes. Reviewers have praised the amazing selection of homemade cakes, snacks and tasty lunches. They are also available on Deliveroo.
Located on Upper Fifth Street, Upper Regency Cafe & Bistro describe their coffee with the slogan, ‘Coffee is our language.’ They offer chic and modern surroundings, a wide selection of food and drink, and have built an enviable reputation for their excellent service.
Another cafe that holds an impressive five star rating on Google review is The Game Changer Kitchen. Praised for its “friendly service” and “amazing tasting food”, the coffee shop makes its food fresh with every order.
Located in Great Holm this coffee shop is run by the MacIntyre charity. The shop is renowned for its exceptional service and diverse menu, and also provides a learning opportunity for people with a learning disability to gain new skills.
The independent specialty coffee bar is British and Colombian owned, with no back office and no big wigs, just a collection of coffee geeks. The coffee house is located in the business and restaurant district of central Milton Keynes and is open seven days a week.
Milton Keynes’ first independent breakfast, coffee and brunch venue is the culmination of four local business people and food lovers in the city. Reviewers have praised the great coffee, lovely atmosphere and prompt service.
A charming little coffee shop that reviewers have loved for its “brilliant service” and “gorgeous food”. You can find the cafe in the Grange Farm area.
Nina’s is a local favourite for some visitors. Offering a large selection of food rolls and breakfast food at good prices. There is also a great selection of teas and coffees.
KAKU holds a 4.5 rating on Google reviews with people loving its comfy setting and great service. Located in the Broughton & Brooklands community, the independent coffee house is the perfect place to celebrate UK Coffee Week.