Cafes reviews

Body Fuel Cafe, Hove Review

Salad, salad or more salad. Is Body Fuel the healthiest cafe in town?

Village, Brighton Review

A local community success story

Sussex Produce Company, Review

Locally sourced, classic British fayre in an award-winning food shop

Moksha Caffe, Brighton Review

My new favourite brunch spot

Bunnychow, Soho Review


Joe’s Cafe, Brighton Review

A husband and wife team serving up everything from a classic fry up to a spicy Spanish hash

LangeLee’s, Brighton Review

With a silver Brighton and Food Drink Award to their name, can LangeLee's live up to their rep?

Smorl’s Houmous @ The Open Market, Brighton Review

Smorl's homemade mediterranean cooking is a great reason to visit the Open Market

Billie’s Cafe, Brighton Review

Billie's is great for people watching, which is lucky as you won't be able to move after you've eaten!

Kopapa, Covent Garden Review

Why would I want to have marinated olives, beef rendang and a cheese board?

Le Peche Mignon, Highbury Review

The best cafe for miles, full of deliciously authentic French goodies

Tuscanic Merende, Soho Review

Authentic Tuscan ingredients served with traditional Italian simplicity

The Wolseley, Mayfair Review

Stunning setting with top class service and food - outstanding value for money.

Banh Mi Saigon, EC1

Bun-tastic lunch!

La Muse Bistro, N1

La Muse Bistro promises much but lets me down every time

OA ComTam, N7

Authentic Vietnamese on Holloway Road...? I didn't believe it either but it's true!

Vagabond, N7

Coffee lovers have a home on Holloway Road

Yum Bun, EC1

Probably the most apt name for a snack joint ever

Euphorium Bakery (Islington), N1

An underwhelming British bakery

Princi, W1

A Milanaise bakery with more style than substance

The Blue Legume, N1

A great atmosphere and generous portions help this café come restaurant stand out from the rest

Piebury Corner, N7

Award winning pies, condiments and farmhouse cheeses

Dishoom (Shoreditch), Review

A Bombay café in Shoreditch and Covent Garden