Happy wednesday world! 

As I sit in my bed restless and unable to sleep, I thought a blog post will be a good idea. I just had a hot chocolate to help me sleep, which reminded me of a delicious hot chocolate cuppa I had few weeks ago in a cozy cafe in Shoreditch, Ozone Coffee. 

Shoreditch has the coolest places and I only discovered a tiny number of what that artistic part of town offers. Another cool thing about Shoreditch is the bright and unique graffiti.  

Graffiti on the way to the cafe

Graffiti on the way to the cafe

Ozone coffee is surly great for coffee lovers and as you all know I am a tea girl, but they still have other options like light bites and hot chocolate. The story of the cafe started when the owners were volunteering in remote villages in El Salvador, where they learnt what it takes to roast coffee and they turned their passion to a success. Read more about them on their website. 

Counter menu

Counter menu

The interior of the cafe was contemporary and urban with industrial light fixtures. There a number of seating arrangements: bar stools and booths upstairs and more choices downstairs. I liked the contrast between the exposed brick walls and the painted brick walls. The tall side windows gave the front of the space good lighting. The lights on top of the booths -where I was sitting- weren't too good for taking photos.

Inside the cafe

Inside the cafe

Cafe Interior Design

I loved their wooden tables and little decorative plants on top. If only I had a table like this at home, my foodgram photos will look much better! 

Table menus 

Table menus 

According to my blogger/ photographer/ designer extraordinaire friend, Mr.Piotr , the coffee was good. The chilli hot chocolate was yummy and rich. There was a lovely ting of chili, but it wasn't spicy or anything. 

Finally, the mighty chili hot chocolate I have 

Finally, the mighty chili hot chocolate I have 

It's a nice please to wander to on a rainy day to have a cuppa and a chat with friends.