Venue Details & Map
609-611 Fulham RoadFulhamLondonSW6 5UA
- +44 (0)20 8617 1566
- Public transport:
- Fulham Broadway, Underground
What a wonderful find in Fulham! Decor is perfection, service was outstanding and the food was unbelievable! For having zero expectations while wandering around the area for a Saturday brunch - this blew me away. I started with an almond milk latte - and it was one of the best latte's I've ever had. Perfect balance of the sweet almond milk and the strong espresso. I then had one of their...more
I had high expectation for this place, because it has good reviews and serves "one of the best coffee of London" as advertised in one article, but I'm very disappointed by my brunch there.
I had the Belgian Royal : a waffle with bacon and scrambled eggs with maple syrup (it's the "staff favourite") and my friend took the same thing except with pancakes, and we waited sooooooo long for our...more
We came to this place and saw it emerge from it's humble beginnings to the bright, airy and inviting local hangout it has become. This place is hands down one of the best casual brunch cafes we've been to (better than Caravan @ King's Cross, and the Breakfast Club), with its exceedingly tasty food matched by their equally smiley service.
Exceptionally great value too, and one of the best...more
Labi's is a little restaurant and deli near Fulham Broadway underground station, just literally around the corner from my old office. The place looks beautiful and humble, with a lot of wood - it all feels somewhat natural and authentic without trying to be too fancy. A little detail that caught my attention was a map of London on the wall. It is a map from 1807,...more
If you love having a local cafe to frequent, maybe so much it starts to feel like a second living room, then Labi is your place. After spending some time in a city, I always manage to find a favorite spot to grab a coffee and meet friends or do some work. Labi has definitely become that spot for my latest location in West London. I've consistently found myself walking far past the well-known...more