Food and ambience memorable. Had high hopes for coffee and thought it ok at best. Double Exptesso barely warm, full of grains and harsh. Staff awesome
After reading the online menu and general reviews we were looking forward to having Brunch at Foxcroft and Ginger. However, as soon as we opened the door we were immediately greeted with what I can only describe as weird stares from the staff, who were all grouped at the counter talking. I felt very uncomfortable to a point I wanted... More
I went here with a few friends on a Saturday afternoon. We had coffee and cake. The coffee was good and the cakes we generously sized and tasty. Prices were reasonable (for Central London). We sat downstairs and it was warm and cosy. The design of the cafe was quirky and fun. The only minor down sides of this cafe... More
Went there once with a friend for breakfast. Great food & atmosphere, loved the cute decor downstairs. Look forward to going back!
Suggested by a friend to visit, so a Saturday brunch was in order. Not overly busy so a few tables downstairs. Service was very slow. Went to order at the till only to be told it was table service. Waitress eventually took our order, simple baked eggs (with chorizo)' eggs Benedict and two OJs. Food eventually arrived, although the baked... More
Great food, non existent service, a struggle to get drinks, food orders wrong, and had to watch it happen to other tables around us. Then to top it off we struggled to even pay afterwards!
Probably the best place to get great breakfast and a latte in London. This place is everything that a coffee shop restaurant aspires to be. Trendy, excellent food, coffee and the fasted WiFi connection that Ive seen in London. (Starbucks, Costa, Nero.....take note)
The coffee is good, and the owner(?) is friendly. The food is surprisingly good. It's open late too which is great. Like to be able to get a coffee in the evening with a friend after work, and this place is perfect for that.
After reading reviews decided this was our choice for Sunday breakfast after a weekend in London, and luckily it was just round the corner from our hotel. If you didn't know it was here you'd struggle to find it! Very rustic inside and we were just the second people on that morning so service was great accompanied by the soundtrack... More
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