Caffe Forum offer pizzas, baguette, panini and pasta with an air conditioned seating area.
146 Gloucester Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 4SZ
For More Information:
+44 (0)20 7259 2322
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146 Gloucester RoadSouth KensingtonLondonSW7 4SZ
- +44 (0)20 7259 2322
- Public transport:
- Gloucester Road, Underground
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Quickie Yelp. Great for full English Breakfast replete with egg, sausage, ham, mushrooms, tomatoes, beans and toast. All that for £9. Woot. Man had a ham and cheese croissant in order to help me finish off my big ol plate. His was also very good and inexpensive 0 under £4. Cappuccinos were delish and served in huge cups. Best to order the full breakfast if filling up prior to lots of tube...more
Love! The personal pizzas are so perfect and customisable. Free croissant with any drink before 11am! Very convenient, quick, and delicious food.more
There will always be a special place in my heart for Caffe Forum.
There aren't too many places like it that serve good, quick food, in a nice environment, that's fresh!
Caffe Forum is great for two things:
1) Weekend breakfasts
2) Casual afternoon lunches
They have some great breakfast (eggs, bacon, toast and tea); very enjoyable to eat in a relaxing environment, curled up with the morning...more
Caffe Forum is decent place to grab a breakfast (ranging from panini to a classic full english breakfast) before you head out for sight seeing in London. It's close to both the Gloucester tube station and several hotels like the Holiday Inn.
This place can be quite busy during the morning rush but people tend to mow down and clear out. You won't find people indulging in a long leisurely...more
Caffe Forum was a great discovery during our two week London vacation. Right around the corner from the hotel, it was a take away godsend after a long day of seeing London's many sights.
We particularly liked their quiche, both the vegetable and the ham and cheese varieties were delicious. The Pizza Panini was tasty, as was the Spanakopita, a Greek dish with spinach and melted cheese inside...more