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
I don't quite get the hype - it's good, but not that different from loads of other caffs. Solid, decent, honest food. Probably not worht the wait, to me.more
So after years of knowing about the Regency Cafe, my best friend and I finally paid a visit.
Things were definitely in full swing and a long queue snaked to the door when I entered at 8am. I joined the queue and thankfully this moved very quickly and before too long I was putting in my food order. There is a menu, but I think pretty much most people go for the standard English breakfast. If...more
This place is the real deal.
Massive quantities of food at a low price. Piping hot hash browns, full mugs of coffee, more baked beans than you can finish in one sitting. The decor is vintage and lovely. The waitstaff are caricatures in themselves, friendly and sharp at the same time.
As another reviewer mentioned: order at the register, get a seat, and wait for your order to be called....more
Is the food good? I guess, I cannot say but my husband really liked what was on his plate.
I'm from Paris, France but live in California. I've been in London a few times and I love this city. I was really excited to take my husband for the first time for our honeymoon. I did all my research of where to go eat as my husband and I love to eat. When I saw the good reviews and rating on yelp,...more
Really loved this place! Went with a friend today for the first time and we really enjoyed our meal. I had eggs, sausage, beans, toast and coffee and she had a cheese sandwich. Both came out really quickly and we're very tasty.
There was one guy working the counter but he was really efficient and friendly. He made coffee, took orders and seemed to be running the place. The place was a mix of...more