Regency Cafe serve a variety of traditional homemade English dishes as well as a selection of light meals, sandwiches, snacks and beverages. They have daily specials and accept luncheon vouchers.
Venue Details & Map
17-19 Regency StreetWestminsterLondonSW1P 4BY
- +44 (0)20 7821 6596
- Public transport:
- Pimlico, Underground
The rave reviews are not hype. This is truly an extraordinary spot for breakfast. It would be worth twice the price, but let's be glad that's not necessary.
My one comment on previous recommendations: I would gently steer you away from the hash browns, unless you're really fond of pressed-patty, somewhat McDonalds-style hash browns. They're perfectly fine for what they are, but they are what...more
There can be a long queue at Regency Cafe sometimes, but the line moves pretty quickly. You can also take the opportunity to see what's on the menu while waiting in line. There is a lot of variety here, from hearty English breakfast foods to small snacks to lunch meals.
I waited about ten minutes in line, and ordered the sausage egg and chips meal.( As a potato enthusiast, chips are an...more
Good for that morning fry up. A heavy night before and an all day meeting nearby on a Saturday, I decided to treat myself.
Bring cash and get in line, do not save a table for your friends, do not hold the door open, know what you are ordering, you have enough time to plan this while in line. Oh and listen for your name, do not make the cashier angry by having to call it multiple times.
The main woman here had the loudest, most impressive calling out voice I have ever heard. You have to hear it to believe it and it's worth going for this alone. Went here with a big group of colleagues for breakfast the other day and can say that this place is probably best suited to smaller groups of 2-4 since the tables are all fixed in place and you can't move them together. But still had a...more
I'm struggling to find the intense appeal of Regency Cafe. Part of me feels obligated to rave and gush about it because it seems like a London institution, but I can't get on board with that 100%.
You have to wait in line to order before you can sit down at a table. That's not a problem since the line moves at a tolerable rate. I think it contributes to control of their limited table space....more