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Tinto (tin-toe): Colombian definition, black coffee (normally with sugar)

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Diana and her coffee shop in the background

Coma y Beba

Diana Seigh

Coma y Beba is a local Colombian coffee shop that offers delicious food such as empanadas and alfajores. It is located in the area of Elephant and Castle, Southwark. It is owned by Diana Seigh, an experienced CEO who has been in the catering industry for more than 20 years.

Counter and products

Tell us about you and your business

My name is Diana Seigh. I’m from Cali, Colombia, and I owned a cafe called “La Bodeguita” for 22 years. I recently decided to refresh the brand by changing its name to “Coma y Beba”. The business aim hasn’t changed. It is still a Latin American coffee shop that offers delicious Colombian coffee and popular Latin American snacks. These new changes have been part of a new chapter in my professional life.

front view of Coma y Beba

Tell us about your professional goals

When I started this shop, my main objective was to create a successful business in the Latin American community. Now that I’ve achieved that goal, I would like to expand my services among other communities and become a popular meeting place for alll residents.

“I feel happy of achieving one of my main objectives, which was to own a successful business within the Latin American community.”

— Diana Seigh

Where can we find you?

Visit my shop

Unit 2, Castle Square,
40 Elephant Road,
SE17 1AY

Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday: 9.00am – 5.00pm

Contact Me

Coma y Beba London



+44 7958901353