FROM lattes to espressos, we've had a look at the top 5 coffee shops in Reading as voted on Tripadvisor.

Here's what we found - what do you think?

1. Tamp Culture Coffee - 5 stars

Located on Gun Street by The Oracle, this coffee shop may be small but it certainly is popular coming in as the number one coffee shop in town.

One Tripadvisor reviewer said: "It may be small but it be mighty! Tamp Culture know their coffee, end of. They source from sustainable coffee farms, grind their own beans and are happy to talk about their brews if you are not sure which will suit you best. It started out as a little van but now it's a permanent coffee stall with seats and tables or you can get your coffee to go. My favourite place for coffee when I'm in town."

We've been down to Tamp Culture Coffee to see what makes them so special 

Reading Chronicle:

2. Nibsy's - 4.5 stars

This coffee shop is the first in Reading to provide exclusively gluten free food including cakes, sandwiches, quiche, wraps and salads.

Their coffee is locally roasted in Winchester and made with the choice of cow, almond, soya, lacto-free or oat milk - so there's something for everyone.

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3. C.U.P.Speciality Coffee and Tea - 4.5

This rating is for the cafe located on St Mary's Butts, but we're spoilt for choice with another one on Blagrave Street. On their website they explain "knowledge & passion is a big part of our approach in coffee & tea philosophy".

They added: "We can only promise to keep brewing with love. Love for coffee and people."

Reading Chronicle:

4. Picnic Foods - 4.5

This cafe is located on Butter Market Close calling themselves the "Coffee Kings of Coffee Corner since 2007" as voted by their customers.

The team use 100% arabica beans, which are ethically sourced from the fields of Honduras and customers can buy Picnic coffee beans to enjoy at home, either whole of ground.

The shop also serve a range of Fairtrade teas and hot chocolate as well as juices and smoothies.

Reading Chronicle:

5. Rustic Cafe - 4.5

Open 7 days a week, this coffee shop in Lower Earley has often been described as a "hidden gem" on Tripadvisor.

Let us know what you think about these top five coffee shops.