Venue Details & Map
66 Grafton WayMaryleboneLondonW1T 5DR
- +44 (0)20 7387 2285
- Public transport:
- Warren Street, Underground
Acai in the Pot! This is a cute little Brazilian cafe with nice seating outside and really friendly service. I was so happy to find acai in London. Such a nice surprise! The coffee here is also really good, possibly the best I've had in London so far. I really like this place, and if I lived in the area, it would be my go to cafe. As it is, though, I will just have to venture out there...more
I love this place perfect for chilling in the sun with an amazing smoothie or glass of wine to amazing food! From breakfast to dinner the food is great (including steaks) and also a great little cafe to people watch with a croissant. Passion fruit smoothie is my favourite. Its a great place to meet friends for a bottle of wine on a nice evening or lunch as outside seating gets the sun. The...more
The other Yelp reviews kind of let me down here, I felt. Firstly, beware of the listing - it's on the other side of the square from what is shown on the map. Also beware the stool seats but the window - one of them is basically completely broken, I didn't realise until right when we were leaving but my poor friend was basically sitting just on the frame as the wicker seat was totally...more
This is a great little place in Fitzrovia. I went there a few times while I was
staying at the Indian YMCA by the corner.
I only tried the Mocha there and it was great. I didn't try their cakes or other goodies
but they sure looked mouth watering.
The have an interesting setup with their tables. The one where I was at had a collection of black pepper pellets in the centre. Another table...more
A teensy, steamy cafe with a range of good Brazilian dishes alongside standard cafe/coffee shop offerings. Serves alcohol.
We struggled to get a table even though we'd booked, as all the tables (5/6 maybe?!) were crammed with happy diners. Once installed, my group enjoyed a leisurely lunch with friendly service.
I am sorry to say I don't remember the name of my plateful, but it...more