The Cafe is located on the first floor.
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Ray's Jazz Cafe at Foyles Bookshop
113-119 Charing Cross Road
St JamesLondonWC2H 0EB
- +44 (0)20 7440 3205
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
I love this place. It's out of the hubbub of the West End, it's civilised, arty, they have good coffee and it's a great place to sit and have a chat if you're out and about in town. Somehow the cafe at Foyles is a bit of an oasis. I don't know what else to say really, if you'd like a coffee near Tottenham. Court Road, this is one of the best places to sit and drink it.more
The Foyles Cafe is a nice place to stop, and although it's regularly busy, it's mostly regulars. The coffee is good, as are the sandwiches, and the tables are comfortable and plentiful. It's a good place to stop if you've got visitors and you've been trailing up and down Oxford Street or through Soho all day, as it's off the street and it's a large place.
The negatives are the high prices,...more
Bookshops make me poop. Don't know why, it might be an association thing, but they do. So I'm quite grateful that Foyles has a café in it, which also means they have a loo.
I love Foyles, and have been going here since I was a kid. I remember my dad buying me a hot chocolate while we read through our books on our annual trip there. But The Café @ Foyles just isn't what it use to be. Dirty...more
Everything I've said before about this place or that place reminding me of Portland can officially be thrown out the window. Of all the places I've been in London, walking into the Café at Foyles is like a direct connect right back to Burnside, staring into a window of a cozy coffee shop near Powell's. So all in all, this place is heaven.
Rustic wooden tables, free wifi, indie music playing a...more
I went for the homemade Jaffa Cake and free wifi.
I didn't manage to get either.
Despite this, the Cafe at Foyles was all right. It has a purposefully rough-around-the-edges vibe with battered wooden tables and chairs scattered about in the rather large space allocated for the caf inside Foyles on its third floor. The windows overlooking Charing Cross Road offered customers opting to sit...more