A short walk from London Victoria station, the Café Nouf restaurant on Lower Grosvenor Place transports diners to the dusty, sun-baked streets of the Middle East. Extremely relaxed in atmosphere and surroundings, Café Nouf is particularly popular with employees from Victoria’s many big businesses, serving food of a Lebanese flavour throughout the week, from as early as 9am and with a particularly good, eminently affordable lunch menu too. Absolutely authentic in flavour, Café Nouf serves up traditional dishes straight from the kitchens of the Lebanon. Much thought appears to have gone in to making Café Nouf a cosy, believably Eastern space, the simple brasserie décor dressed up with tin-topped tables, low bench seating scattered with brightly coloured cushions and an abundance of plants breathing life in to the space. Comfortable and welcoming with great food and varied drinks list Café Nouf is destined to become your new go-to for a reliably good dining experience.
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8 Lower Grosvenor Place VictoriaLondonSW1W 0EN
The food here is not fresh. It is reheated before serving. Unfortunately the reheating was not done properly. That is dangerous. Therefore, we could not eat our mains.
We concluded that hygiene does not seem to be a priority either.
All in all, will not be coming here again that's for sure!more
This place is a pleasant surprise! The owner served us himself and made sure we were happy with our order. Try the hummus with minced lamb meat!more
I was not that impressed by the cafe it was way too expensive and there are far better places in the are where you can drink your coffee in peace. It can get way too crowded here in the rush hours which I don't like at all.more
My husband and I ate here in March 2013 and it was EXCELLENT. The owner served us himself, very attentively without being annoying, and everything we ordered was outstanding. Very reasonable wine list, as well. If you're looking for authentic Lebanese food at a reasonable price for London, you must go to Cafe Nouf.more
This is a really cute Lebanese cafe with great food. I had the kibbeh bassiniya (sp?) which comes with yogurt and cucumbers just like my grandma used to make. Also had mint tea made with fresh mint leaves. The guy running the place is really sweet.more