Not impressed at all slow and dodgy service. We were left hanging for almost fifteen minutes before someone came to take our order. Apart from that, there was not enough variety in the menu and it felt dull and empty inside.more
I'm sorry, I'm just not a fan.
Cafe Crema fits in with every hip goldsmiths students idea of an alternative to the norm, but I don't really see anything special or different about this place.
I wasn't impressed by my first visit here and didn't return again all through my student years, but after soo many positive reviews on Yelp and being back in the area I thought I'd check it out again....more
An unassuming hip-ish café from the outside. And from the inside.
But if there's a hint of sun, get out back.
They grow herbs and ducks (watch for a future Confit (joke, seriously) and other stuff.
The back garden is the back garden from several other places mashed into one, with tables popped into place willy nilly - sort of what you'd expect if this was your tutor's place and they'd gone...more
The soup here is LEGIT. Seriously, eat some soup. Everything on the menu is pretty good vegetarian fare and and excellently priced. The ambiance is nice (when it's not packed).
If only the coffee was better. The baristas are guilty of being...economical when it comes to making it (and letting espresso shots sit out on the machine for minutes before being used). Oh well, the food makes up for...more
I love Cafe Crema, as a Goldsmiths student it has been my second home for the past couple of years, and I was enraged to learn that they may be shutting it down soon. Nein! This is because it is held by squatters, and the buliding belongs to the college. We all signed a huge petition to save the place, and it is working for now.
The vibe in here is so chilled out, and they do amazing hot...more