Del'Aziz Swiss Cottage


Designed to mimic a Mediterranean market place, Del' Aziz is a fantastic stop for food lovers, comprising of a delicatessen, bakery, brasserie and gift shop offering an array of products, from freshly baked breads to pastries, olive oil and vinegars, chocolate and confectionary, dried fruit and nuts. You can also purchase hand-painted ceramic plates and mugs, mint tea pots and glasses, as well as Mediterranean cookbooks and bespoke hampers. Whether you fancy a refreshing juice in the morning, a glass of wine and light lunch with friends, a family brunch on Sunday, a cup of tea and a sweet treat for the afternoon, or an informal candlelit dinner, it is all here for you. Come in and be served with a smile, while sitting around chunky wooden tables amidst a refreshing visual display of colourful goods, or enjoy dining al fresco on warm summer days.

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Typical meal price: From £25.00 (USD30.64) per diner

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Del'Aziz Swiss Cottage

Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre
Adelaide Road
Yelp Reviews

3.0 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Del'Aziz Swiss Cottage

1.0 out of 5 15 September 2015
by FreshAir F.

Massively over priced, cakes are as expensive as starters in other places!

High service charge (ask for it to be removed).

Dirty tables.

Service slow, considering there was hardly anyone there.

Basically, a cafe in a very convenient location, where there are very few other places to eat, that overcharges and under achieves because it can.


1.0 out of 5 16 July 2015
by Jahnbi R.

Over-priced. Wasted my time and money. We went during peak hours and half of the things had already got over. Staff is careless and lost in their own world. We ordered a vegetarian and Parma ham sandwich, the bread was stale and tasted really bad. We are never wasting our time here again.more

3.0 out of 5 9 October 2011
by Irene O.

I really enjoy this little hidden Gem. There are only a few places to eat around Swiss Cottage and you might overlook this place as its hidden in the Community Centre. But the bakery selection is rather unavoidable upon entry and the seating is really cosy, with large chunky wooden tables and chairs and overlooking the swimming pool.

I am just a little annoyed by the price, although we are in...more

5.0 out of 5 25 January 2011
by Joanne L.

Definitely the nicest brunch/lunch place around Swiss Cottage.

They have a deli-like glass counter where you can see the various cold cuts, salads, dressings, etc. Sandwiches are pretty reasonably priced, around £5-7 for a decent size. The onion marmalade that comes with the ham sandwich is excellent! They're not too anal so you can ask for replacements to make your perfect sandwich if you...more

4.0 out of 5 28 July 2010
by Oliver A.

This is the best place for breakfast in the whole vacinity. It's a nice cafe, with really good food.

They have an array of food including cakes, pastires, sandwiches and hot stuff. All the things I've stated have been very nice. The service is pretty good and it's a nice relaxed cafe atmosphere.

Whether you fancy coffee and cake, a healthy breakfast/fry up or a sandwich then i'd recommend...more

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