Mediterranean Cafe serve a variety of European dishes as well as sandwiches, snacks and beverages to eat in and take away. They are also licensed to sell alcohol.
Venue Details & Map
18 Berwick StreetSohoLondonW1F 0PU
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
I've only been here for lunch when they started doing the quick takeaway counter, and it's such a great deal. I think it rivals savage salad in terms of flavor, but I have a huge weakness for Mediterranean food, so there bias is strong with me! Either way, it's definitely an "always check first" when it comes to lunchtime. Always.more
I love this place! We live in Hampshire and visit London often with different friends for the theatre. found this place by chance and have now visited with different friends 4 times.
its very quirky with west end show posters and very cosy. music is not loud so no shouting to be heard.
Food is good always tastes fresh and plenty to choose on the menu.
We usually opt for a set menu and...more
I totally judged this place by its unremarkable tourist-ville cover, and was pleasantly surprised! A group of us were being sensible between drinking stops and stopped in for a bite before we had to make our bar reservation. One of the girls had booked ahead and we got a table for 11 downstairs; it looks like they're well set up to expect big groups as we had a party of 14 right next to...more
Had lunch at the Mediterranean Cafe yesterday....here are my thoughts:
Ambiance: This restaurant is really small and a bit cramped. It was raining yesterday and because the doors were wide open it was quite chilly and uncomfortable. The restaurant needs a good clean, including the restrooms.
Service: Our server was very nice but had some difficulty understanding English. I requested no cream...more
First off, fantastic service! The people here are very friendly and accommodating. I went with a large group of friends and we had a great time. The food was good, nothing special though. The menu was quite large, but as far as vegan fare goes, it was just falafel or (possibly) pasta, which is quite strange for a Turkish restaurant. The location is fantastic, in the heart of Soho with some...more