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3 out of 5 Based on 13 reviews


Designed for the local neighbourhood and community of Stoke Newington, Homa offers pretty much everything with detail of thought behind each dish and artefact. A deli/cafe atmosphere upstairs offering top quality hand-roasted coffee & fresh, daily-made salads to eat-in or take-away. A shop boasting wines specially selected by our Master of Wine, ranging from small/boutique producers to classic vintage Bordeauxs at extremely competitive prices. This excellent selection of off-sale wines are available to take home or drink in the restaurant with a corkage fee of £7.50. Italian inspired cuisine makes up 90% of the menu, with every taste catered for, from brunch to a light snack or a 5 course gourmet dinner. A beautifully designed bar and bar area with seating for up to 25 people offers beer on tap, classic cocktails or just a simple and beautiful glass of prosecco. With our cosmopolitan and friendly staff we hope your experience at Homa will be enjoyable and memorable.

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71-73 Stoke Newington Church Street, Stoke Newington, London, N16 0AS

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3 out of 5 based on 13 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Homa

4.0 out of 5 5 April 2014
by Colleen C.

Solid 4-star brunch on Church Street!

After a brisk spring walk my mom and I were quite famished and came across Homa. I spied coconut pancakes with poached fruit on the menu and many late afternoon weekend revelers with champagne flutes in hand. Yes, lets brunch...yes!

We were quickly situated at our table, given both lunch and brunch menus as well as extensive drink lists. My mom opted...more

4.0 out of 5 30 August 2013
by Ashley V.

Came for a bit of brunch. They also serve a separate brunch menu til 3pm (4 on the weekends) We both had the thick cut bacon, poached eggs, bubble n squeak with hollandaise sauce. Yummo and filling. Add a fresh apple juice and bloody mary and the bill came to around £30.

Plus there's lovely outside seating to enjoy, except when every yellow jacket within a 10 mile radius decides to hangout...more

3.0 out of 5 13 November 2011
by Linzi M.

"It's like being in someone's posh country kitchen.' Totally.

Homa has that Habitat designed, white walls and yuppie kitchen feel that seems out of place in Stokie. It's nice but not very cosy. Perfect for a fancy brunch with your mother-in-law.

I wasn't overly impressed with my brunch choice, eggs royale, that's eggs benedict with spinach and smoked salmon. It was good, but it didn't...more

4.0 out of 5 6 June 2011
by Tristan J.

I have given Homa a few more chances. It's OK, I like the venue and, not knowing Church st that well, is often somewhere I suggest to meet with friends who live up there outside my comfort zone (like Wood Green or Tottenham). My experiences vary so I think I should break it down

3 stars: I have tried their pizza at lunchtime and it was tasty, actually a very good pizza. Just before the food...more

3.0 out of 5 18 April 2011
by Lizzie G.

I like drinks that taste of summer, Homa serves up drinks that taste of summer, I like Homa. I had a sneaky feeling that I would fall in love with this place. They have a wonderful Italian menu and it's in one of my favourite parts of London. It wasn't the love affair I expected. I was lovely, it just didn't wow me.

They have good cocktails, the elderflower vodka martini was delightful, but...more