The Mediterranean Café is a London dining institution that has been serving up hearty European fare to theatre-goers and Soho scenesters since 1987. Located on the bustling Berwick Street, the Mediterranean Café has a bright green shop front dressed with flowerboxes, and an atmospheric interior with walls papered in West End playbills and theatrical bric a brac. Popular for business lunches and pre-theatre meals, the Mediterranean Café serves up a variety of steak,chicken,pasta,fish,seafood, mix grill, salads and many different vegetarian and the cosy dining room is always filled with a lively crowd. The private bar downstairs is the perfect choice for office parties and birthdays.
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
18 Berwick StreetSohoLondonW1F 0PU
- +44 (0)20 7437 0560
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
We stopped in here for dinner with friends visiting from out of town. We just wanted to sit somewhere and have a bite to eat.
I suspected that the restaurant's name, Mediterranean, would probably be an attempt to cover every country that touches that body of water. This isn't necessarily a bad thing but it's rarely a good thing. I asked the waitress where the chef was from (he's Turkish)...more
This is a place that my boyfriend used to frequent many years ago, when he worked in the area and in late August, he brought me hear with his parents for breakfast.
The breakfast deal is amazing- a full English with tea/coffee for five pounds. London is an expensive town and this is a great deal. The food is plentiful and tasty. I'm not a huge fan of breakfast and specifically heavy breakfast...more
As a huge fan of Turkish food, I decided to try out the Mediterranean Cafe, and decided to try out this little haunt in Soho.
When we were sat down, I was dismayed that the sizes of the table were relatively small and the restaurant felt rather cramped. However, the noise level was okay enough to be able to talk without needing to raise voices. The decor on the walls is of several theatre...more
Mediterranean cafe is probably the only place about which I don't really know what to say. Like someone else mentioned, I find it a bit confusing. But maybe that's the interesting side about it.
I went for dinner and there was no "woaah" factor, but it was not bad either. The menu is very simple, nothing glamourous but good & decent (my steak was cooked to my expectations - believe me, this...more
Fantastic staff, so friendly and passionate about what they do. I went in on my own late on a Tuesday; I just needed a bite to eat and by the end of the night I'd made great friends with the ladies on the table next and Ali our Waiter. We had a great conversation ended up reading each other's cups after a gorgeous Turkish coffee. And at the end of the night we had a few group photos and the...more