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The Primrose Eatery

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38 Primrose Hill Road,Chalk Farm,London NW3 3AD,UK, NW3 3AD

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The Primrose Eatery

Address
38 Primrose Hill Road,Chalk Farm,London NW3 3AD,UK
NW3 3AD
Telephone:
+44 20 7483 3222

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 10 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Primrose Eatery

5.0 out of 5 20 July 2014
by Jon S.

Great little spot! The food is great and the prices are reasonable. There aren't many other choices in the immediate vicinity, so it's nice to have them as an option.

The salmon Caesar salad was delicious and the pizzas got great reviews from the tables near us. I'll swing by for breakfast sometime this week to check that out as well.more

4.0 out of 5 13 June 2014
by Douglas I.

Excellent little cafe a short walk from Primrose Hill. Food came quickly and was delicious. Generous portions for the salads.more

4.0 out of 5 8 January 2013
by Honey N.

We found this place on yelp. We live in St Johns Wood and decided to give it a try early on a Saturday night with the kids. It's a great room with nice light and an open kitchen where you can see them making the pizzas. We started with really flavorful and fresh bruschetta and cheesy garlic bread--both excellent. Our kids shared the delicious spaghetti carbonara and we shared the salad and...more

4.0 out of 5 6 May 2011
by Goetz B.

When walking around there I stumbled upon Primrose Eatery. It looked nice, so I decided to go there for dinner, I was looking for a restaurant anyway.

I had a delicious but a bit too medium cooked burger, chips and a glass of wine. It tasted really good, just the burger was medium grilled - if I would have known it, I would have told them that I want it well done. But even with a non too...more

4.0 out of 5 30 June 2010
by Grace L.

You can never write an accurate review of a place if you arrived there starving, gnawing on your own arm for sustenance.

After the USA vs. Ghana game on Saturday night, I definitely drowned some sorrows and kept the motto alive that "eating is cheating". Sunday morning arrived complete with screaming tummies and a puddle of saliva on my pillow.

Wow. I haven't actually written anything...more