If you love scrolling the gram in search of gorgeous destinations to inspire your next vacay and can never resist a little food porn, we present the most instagrammable coffee shops on the globe. From beachside lattes on Bondi Beach to a floral burst in London and a taste of Africa in Singapore, you can almost taste the coffee beans.
Matcha Mama, Tulum
Matcha Mama is the go-to for the best matcha and açai bowls in Tulum. Giving off tropical and rustic vibes, it’s easy to match colorful or all-white outfits with this setting. A hand-carved and painted surfboard reads, “I love Tulum so matcha” and you can even buy coconut bowls and bamboo straws.
Speedos Cafe, Sydney
Located on iconic Bondi Beach, Speedos Cafe showcases their laidback coastal menu using an explosion of bright colors (think all hues of the rainbow). Enjoy views of the beach while dining in (vegemite on Turkish toast is a local favor) or take your chia to go and set up the perfect picnic on the white sand.
EL&N Cafe, London
When you go to EL&N, expect to be overwhelmed by florals and the color pink. There’s a reason customers head here not only for the famous avocado toast, peach iced tea, and acai bowl. EL&N also has locations in Paris, Doha, Kuwait, Dubai, and Riyadh.
Alfred Coffee, Los Angeles
While Alfred Coffee has multiple locations, their coffee shop on Melrose Place is an Instagram hit with its ivy-covered exterior and floral wallpaper inside. The famous “But first, coffee” tagline originated here and is a must-use when posting your perfect coffee shot.
Kafe Utu, Singapore
An African-themed cafe in the heart of Singapore, Kafe Utu offers specialty grade single origin coffees sustainably sourced from farms in Mexico, Uganda, and Brazil. Pull up a huge banquette seat, hand-carved from a single tree and admire the decor featuring warm colors and patterns, and large striking paintings of African women. Head to the bar and terrace on the third floor for the perfect late night drink or snack.
FIKA Cafe, Toronto
At first glance, FIKA Cafe provokes an interesting reaction. Set in an old, brick building painted in aquamarine with stray vines, step inside to feel the warm, comfy vibes washes over you thanks to old books covering an entire wall and hanging planters with an assortment of greenery.
Note Coffee, Hanoi
A “note” to nostalgia, Note Coffee is covered with post-it notes from previous visitors allowing you to read messages from strangers, while adding your own. The cafe is located in the heart of Hanoi, Vietnam and we hear the coconut latte is a must.