THIS week is UK Coffee Week, and what better way to celebrate than with more coffee?

Basingstoke is full of spectacular coffee shops, whether you prefer it served hot or cold, with cake or a with a cinnamon bun, Basingstoke has a coffee shop tailored to your every taste.

Below are five of the most highly rated coffee shops in Basingstoke:

Ro's Cafe on-the-GO

Highly recommended through social media, Ro's Cafe is a mobile Barista bar serving award winning Rosario's coffee in Basingstoke. Ro set up his business in August 2020 to bring coffee to people who could not leave their home during the pandemic. Ro's mission is simple: to provide high-quality and creative coffee and hot chocolate that combines fun and flavour.

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Prices range from £2.80 for cappuccino's and latte's and £3.30 for iced latte's and speciality hot chocolates.

One reviewer wrote: "Had our first Ro Cafe experience and wow!!! amazing!!! such a lovely coffee, great customer service and a fab price. can't wait until next time"

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Another wrote: Thank you for helping me to surprise my friends with a morning coffee and cake drop today. Your brilliant customer service made it such an easy treat to arrange. Our friends said that the drinks and cakes tasted amazing too. Great service and will definitely be booking again - a treat for myself next time."

The Street Bakeshop

Based in Old Basing, The Street Bakeshop is highly recommended for their artisan coffee's and wide selection of sourdough breads, pastries and cakes. They are also popular for their 10-hour hot smoked beef brisket, pork belly and toasties, which are all served fresh from the counter.

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Open from 8.00am - 4.00pm Monday - Saturday and 9.00am - 3.00pm Sunday, The Street Bakeshop continue to impress their customers, with one reviewer writing:

"Amazing coffee, bread, bacon butties and cakes ...and a lovely spot for breakfast on a sunny morning."

Another wrote: "Amazing toasties, with sourdough. The coffee was nice and smooth and not bitter! Lovely friendly staff too."

Willows Coffee House

Located in the centre of Basingstoke, Willows is an independent, dog friendly, speciality Coffee House that serve highly recommended coffee, tea, sourdough, pastries and cakes.

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The coffee house opened in 2020 and made sure to stick to their one goal: provide an enjoyable, relaxed, cosy, coffee house experience to the people of Basingstoke.

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Willow's also include a choice of vegan, low gluten and vegetarian options.

Willows are open from 8.30am - 4.30pm Monday - Saturday and 11.00am - 3.00pm on Sunday.

One reviewer said:

"Absolutely lovely welcoming staff, gorgeous coffee, cakes and smoothies and a lovely atmosphere! We will be back very soon with the pupsters. thank you."

Another wrote: "Lovely cafe with great ambiance, the coffee and lemon drizzle cake were really nice! Willows Coffee House is easily the best coffee shop in Basingstoke!


Catering for their dairy free, gluten free and vegan customers, Teagether has always put their customers needs first. Based in Lychpit Centre, they also make everything fresh and from scratch, with their bread coming from a local artisan baker. Teagether also pride themselves on making great coffee, being quoted saying, "people come back again and again, simply for our coffee".

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One reviewer wrote: "Third visit to Teagether today (keep taking new people along with me). Absolutely love this place, coffee is great, food and cakes are delicious, staff are wonderful."

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Another wrote: "Delicious! Yummy eggs royal and eggs Benedict (with a side of black pudding). And a delicious chai latte".

Cafe Pueblo

Starting their journey with the goal to share warm conversations, second-to-none coffee and honest-to-goodness food, Cafe Pueblo, which means 'small town' or 'village' in Latin,have an extensive coffee menu, serving everything from a Cortado (espresso with a short pour of textured milk), Con Leche (a Spanish latte - espresso and plenty of milk), Suizo (espresso with whipped cream) and a Con Helado (espresso with ice cream).

Based in High Street, Overton, Cafe Pueblo also prides themselves on the food they serve, with sausage, bacon or omelette baps, roast dinner wrap and guac toast.

One reviewer wrote:

"Lovely food and service... would highly recommend having a coffee and some of the amazing food and cakes"

Another wrote:

"Great cafe Lannah, the coffee and food are fab and the service excellent....we’re lucky to have you in the village x"