Biscuit Ceramic Cafe

About

Eat, drink, paint and party! There is lots to do at Biscuit Ceramic Café.

Choose from superb sandwiches, soups, toasties, homemade cakes and organic ice cream. Or just pop in and enjoy a cup of organic tea or locally roasted coffee.

Choose from any of our large range of "white/blank" ceramics, pick your colours and paint whatever you want, anywhere you want and in anyway you want.

Leave them with us for a few days to fire and pack. Collect them or have them sent globally. Children’s parties, adults parties, hen parties, guides, scouts, schools, church groups, community groups: at Biscuit, the answer is yes! They can host any event.

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Venue Details & Map

Biscuit Ceramic Cafe

Address
3-4 Nelson Road
Greenwich
London
SE10 9JB
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 8853 8588
Public transport:
Cutty Sark (DLR), National Railway
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app
Yelp Reviews

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Biscuit Ceramic Cafe

4.0 out of 5 24 April 2015
by Laura T.

Lovely little ceramic cafe in the heart of historic Greenwich.

Great for kids and adults alike, and it's a great way to to let your creativity out (even if you don't consider yourself very creative!) Hubby took me here as a birthday treat for my 27th!

They do children's parties and hen do parties too.

large selection of items to paint, ranging from ~£8-£25 (though the nicer/larger items do...more

5.0 out of 5 6 August 2014
by Rich G.

Fantastic way to spend an afternoon.

Whilst it's slightly pricey for the ceramics themselves, it's worth it for the fun.

Whilst a 25 year old software guy isn't their usual clientele, it's genuinely good fun to fail at painting pottery! Mine was a total disaster but it was fun either way.

Food was good, drinks were good. Neither was particularly memorable but maybe that's because I was so...more

3.0 out of 5 16 June 2014
by John D M.

I can't comment on the ceramic aspect of Biscuit because I just popped in for a sit down and coffee/scone after a trip to the Royal Observatory. The staff seemed like they couldn't especially be bothered with my presence and it was also slightly pricey. However I am prepared not to condemn Biscuit to 2 star damnation because the atmosphere was quite relaxed and folk did seem to be enjoying...more

4.0 out of 5 4 September 2013
by Daniel P.

Another sunny day in London so I thought its about time I explored Greenwich a little more, what with living so close! Arriving at lunchtime I had a quick look round for somewhere to eat and came across this great, colourful cafe with a cheeky twist (I do love a cheeky twist, makes things interesting and unpredictable!)

This bright coloured establishment is a ceramic cafe where as well as...more

4.0 out of 5 30 October 2011
by Mandy S.

We really enjoyed our afternoon at the Biscuit ceramic cafe. The staff are helpful in design and technique tips and the food and drink was pretty good too. The cafe can get extremely busy, so don't expect individual attention and the items are quite expensive too. Having said that, I haven't found a ceramic cafe in the South East that wasn't expensive. I paid £12 for a small plate but opted...more

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