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
Hands down The. Best. Ever. The vocal projection of the gentleman and the lady who take your order is a wonder. I worked a five minute walk away for nearly four years and before my colleague-cum-lunch-buddy left three years in, we went for lunch at least once every other week. We called it Friday Club, despite the fact that we tended to avoid the Friday rush, and made the same 'Sausage,...more
As an American, when visiting London, my English boyfriend would not let me leave town without having a Proper Full English Breakfast. While neither of us are locals to the London area, going to Regency made me feel like I was. It is the kind of place that brings together all walks of life, there were construction workers, business people, students and just a dash of tourists thrown in for...more
If you're visiting London, you NEED to stop and eat at Regency Cafe for brunch!
I'm not a local, but I wanted to try this place after reading all the reviews raving about this "authentic London institution." I couldn't agree more!
The line was out the door, but moved quickly. The older man at the register was taking orders, cashiering money, expediting food, and pouring coffee all at once!...more
Has every right to be considered an institution.
It's one of London's most famous restaurants yet seems to refuse to cater to the hype. Excellent food made with *love* with a truly authentic atmosphere. Avoid prime meal times to avoid frustratingly long lines.
One star off as they don't honor requests for the eggs to be cooked scrambled (this is the only way I eat eggs, and Ive never...more
This place is next to my flat, so I thought I'd finally give it a try before noon (they close sharply at noon). Super rude service, and okay food.
The woman behind the counter is a real yeller, with a very deep voice, which I think adds to the charm. A lot of yelper's (even my brother) talk about a man yelling, maybe there is a male who also does this?
This is how my experience...more