Whether you’re in the mood for a cuppa, coffee, or cake, Watford has a huge range of cafés which can sort you out.

But is your favourite café one of the best? Here are the town’s favourite haunts according to Tripadvisor.

Watford Observer: Flourish Craft Bakery. Pic: Google Street View.Flourish Craft Bakery. Pic: Google Street View.

Flourish Craft Bakery is a family-run, award-winning artisan bakery at Garnett Close Unit 2 and counts Michelin-starred restaurants and five-star hotels among its clients. All their coffees are served with a double-shot of espresso and full fat milk, and they sell a range of breakfast and lunch items in addition to a range of cakes and traybakes. A cake and a coffee could set you back as little as £7.

Watford Observer: The Kitchen. Picture: Google Street View.The Kitchen. Picture: Google Street View.

The Kitchen in nearby Croxley Green boasts a staggering 113 5-star reviews. The main draw for reviewers was their afternoon tea, which has been compared to top London hotels. You can also enjoy a simple coffee, tea, and cake.

The Cha Café on Cassiobury Park Avenue offers breakfast and simple lunches in a café showing the work of local artists. Near the beautiful park, customers can also enjoy their coffee to take away if they want to take in the local sights.

Watford Observer: Ocean Bells. Picture: Google Street View.Ocean Bells. Picture: Google Street View.

Ocean Bells Coffee on 133 High Street is an artisan café which works to find the best coffee for each season to make sure you have the best blend possible. It also offers brunch and homemade food, including a section of vegan and gluten free options. You can read more about the café in one of the Observer’s September articles here.

Watford Observer: Eats and Treats. Picture: Google Street View.Eats and Treats. Picture: Google Street View.

Eats and Treats on 241 St Albans Road is best known for its range of sandwiches. Reviewers on Tripadvisor said they were fresh and generous with the fillings.

BloomsYard Watford is situated in Upper Mall opposite Primark, so you can enjoy while taking a break from a bit of shopping. Started by a former accountant, BloomsYard offers speciality coffee, exotic tea, matcha and wine.

Amici’s Café Ristorante in Croxley Green doubles up as a restaurant which serves a wide range of food – including a huge selection of Italian pasta dishes. It’s also the perfect café if you fancy a night in, as you can order their products on Just Eat.

Watford Observer: Amici's Cafe Ristorante. Picture: Google Street View.Amici's Cafe Ristorante. Picture: Google Street View.

The Rhubarb Café on 168 Cassiobury Drive prides itself on creating a cozy, welcoming environment for its customers. It seems to be working as reviewers praised its warm and relaxed atmosphere.

Watford Observer: Rhubarb Cafe. Picture: Google Street View.Rhubarb Cafe. Picture: Google Street View.

Bean Here is in nearby Kings Langley and offers fresh bread and pastries with your coffee. One reviewer called it “a little gem”.

Watford Observer: Bean Here. Picture: Google Street View.Bean Here. Picture: Google Street View.