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Gino's Coffee Bar
18 Great Central StreetRegent's ParkLondonNW1 6JH
- +44 (0)20 7262 8105
- Public transport:
- Marylebone, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Gino's Coffee Bar
My husband and I just happen to come across this place while we were trying to pass time before we went to do some sightseeing for the day. We walked in and was immediately greeted with a warm "hello!" We were slightly nervous there wasn't any available seating but thankfully there was a gentleman who was just leaving and offered us his table. The menu is quite vast and offers all of the...Read More
Say what you will about English cuisine, the one meal the Brits nailed is breakfast. A full English--with eggs, beans, grilled tomatoes, rashers, sausage, hash browns, black pudding, toast, and fried mushrooms is the culinary equivalent of a World Heritage Site.
Commuted into Marylebone station for 10 years, and sampled the neighborhood breakfast spots. Gino's is head and shoulders above the...Read More
Food wise this place is absolutely everything you could wish for and more! Its really about serving homemade kind of plates that I find typically British. The woman working there did make a 'mistake' by giving me back 3,50 after handing her a 20 to pay for my 6,50 quid meal. Because she acted super rushed I did not notice this until after I sat down waiting for my breakfast - I went back and...Read More
Love Love Love!!!
Gino's Coffee Bar is a prime example of a niche place that is doing what they do right. Across from Marylebone Station, this little coffee shop caters mainly to busy commuters, construction workers, lunching friends and locals.
You will always be greeted by a smiling Italian man with a giant handlebar moustache. I'm not sure if this is Gino, himself, but he looks like Super...Read More
My husband and I were on honeymoon in London and came across this coffee bar near our hotel.
It was a busy crowd in the morning and we thought that was a good sign. Prices were fair and I loved the hot chocolate I ordered.
However, Brits are not known for their food and it was evident in their breakfast. I ordered the breakfast 'sandwich' which came out on two pieces of BREAD; not toast,...Read More