With its sterling reputation, Garfunkel's serves a wonderfully eclectic mix of British and international cuisine. A simple yet on-trend eatery, Garfunkel's serves an array of diverse menus, from breakfast through to dinner. The afternoon tea selection presents a sophisticated range, as well as delectable desserts and gourmet coffees.
Venue Details & Map
Gloucester RoadSouth KensingtonLondonSW7 4SF
- +44 (0)20 7835 1064
- Public transport:
- Gloucester Road, Underground
There is a Garfunkels every where you look around London. Unfortunately, their availability is the only thing positive.
The food was pricey and mediocre at best. Similar to a very bad Shoneys or Jerry's from in the states, but lacking even old school good options, this was a sad disappointment.
But even after watching the fish and chips orders at tables nearby, I'm not sure why this place...more
Had the English breakfast. 2 sausages 2 slices of pork 2 eggs and a potato hashbrown with a spoonful of beans. It's about 6£ coffee is 2£. Perfectly average. Quick kitchen. Nothing to write home about. Nothing memorable. Maybe it's a good deal cause there was college kids eating there. This place has achieved perfect middle of the road food and atmosphere. U should have no complaints. Other...more
Exactly the same as Frankie W. Was enticed in by the £5.95 breakfast as my favourite place on Gloucester Road was full (cafe forum) . Although the food was OK, it was lacking in quantity. If you want to make it an actual full English breakfast with all the trimmings, toast, tomato, beans, 2 bacon, 2 sausage... You catch my drift. Each extra is £1.50! £1.50 for two slices of toast. Sorry...more
This is definitely a tourist spot. I had the full English breakfast for what I thought was a decent £5.95 then I was informed I had to pay £1.50 for toast and the breakfast didn't include a hot drink. The drinks are about £2.50 extra. The food was ok but nothing exciting. All in all an ok restaurant. Not sure if I will go back.more
Overall very average, but of the 3 meals of fish and chips I had in London, this place surprisingly had the best. The fish was very fresh, the batter was excellent, and the chips were above average.
On another trip, I had the spaghetti with the salad bar. The spaghetti was slightly overcooked and the sauce was too sweet. The salad bar was a disappointment.
The service was overall good, but...more