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Prufrock Coffee To Revive Traditional Cappuccino

Today Prufrock Coffee sent out an email containing the following joyous news: “Tomorrow the Traditional Cappuccino will appear on the Prufrock menu. The recipe has been developed in accordance with the Italian style: a drink made in thirds with simple presentation that honours Italian culture and promotes the coffee grower, the dairy farmer and the people that made this perfectly proportioned drink famous. We have invited our friends at Flat Cap along. They will install the Coffee By The Clock cart along side our espresso bar at Leather Lane and we’ll both create versions of the drink.”

So what’s the big deal? Prufrock banished the cappuccino from its menu in 2009. Cappuccinos don’t get much love in London, but tomorrow they will be in full force. This special exception to the Prufrock menu has been made for the Coffee Saturday Pop-Up that I will be co-hosting with Daniel Young from 11:30-17:00. The plan is to whip guests into a frenzy of ecstatic joy over the release of my new dining app “Rome For Foodies” (soon to be in an iTunes store and Android Market place near you). Following the coffee social, which will feature a Roman cookie bake-off, we’ll commence a pizza party in the coffee shop; Prufrock baristas will be serving wine and Negronis into the night.

As an added bonus, The London Barista Resourse and Training will be running Trad. Capp. how-to workshops (enquiries to training@prufrockcoffee.com). Come one, come all. Book online or pay at the door. Prufrock Coffee is located at 23-25 Leather Lane, London EC1N 7TE (google map).

2017-02-17T15:24:46+00:00 October 28th, 2011|Categories: Katie Parla Events, London|3 Comments


  1. HK Epicurus October 29, 2011 at 8:18 am - Reply

    Interesting about Cappuccino !

    And Congratulations on the release of the much anticipated Rome For Foodies app K !

  2. Frank October 30, 2011 at 2:34 pm - Reply

    I’m looking forward to your app! Now if only I had had you as a resource when I was actually living in Rome… but then again, there were no iPhones then, either!

  3. Katie November 8, 2011 at 9:07 am - Reply

    @HK Thanks! Sorry it has taken me so long to reply! it’s been a crazy couple of weeks but the app is finally done and ready to be released soon…pending itunes approval:)

    @Frank yeah how did we do it before smartphones? hope you make it back soon so you can test out the app!

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