Mifan or Mafan: M Coffee

By That's Beijing, June 18, 2019

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Nestled in a quiet hutong is the very cozy (and very Instagrammable) M Coffee. Set inside the industrial courtyard space next to its sister restaurant The Merchants, the design-forward cafe is bright and inviting. Here you’ll find a good assortment of sweets and treats, as well as a wide range of coffee. Sticking to the classics, we opt for a flat white (RMB36), but they also offer seasonal specials like their French toast latte (RMB58) and crispy black coffee (RMB50, we’re not sure why it’s called crispy). All in all, M Coffee makes for a good spot to wind down after a lazy afternoon stroll on the weekend.

[Cover image via Gwen Kim/That's]


See a listing for M Coffee and read more Mifan/Mafan restaurant reviews

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