Bonda Cafe

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190 Sussex Garden, London, W2 1TU

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Bonda Cafe

Address
190 Sussex Garden
London
W2 1TU
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7402 5111
Public transport:
Lancaster Gate, Underground

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 27 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Bonda Cafe

4.0 out of 5 24 June 2014
by Mark S.

I'm a big fan of this place, especially for lunch. They prepare seven or eight dishes a day, and you can choose to have one, two or three of them for your meal. I asked the waiter what his favourites were and he took me over to the kitchen and showed me each dish, explaining what was in each one and what made it particularly delicious. You'll find a good mix of meat, fish and vegetarian...more

4.0 out of 5 30 May 2014
by B W.

NO CASH!!!

However, I must be in Little Malaysia heaven. First there seems to be eight Malaysian restaurants around here. Next in Bonda, the clientele is all Malays :) Finally the Nasi Lemak, satay, etc. are all good. Only minor point is that the roti is not the freshly thrown/made but rather the pre-made variety. It was tasty with the curry dal nonetheless.

I am definitely.a fan and will...more

5.0 out of 5 14 December 2013
by Isabel F.

So a friend I haven't seen for a while, who lives quite far away, comes to visit. Her train comes to paddington so I think we will have a quick lunch somewhere near and then head out. I remember this place that I had been meaning to try- it was so good we ended up staying for 7 hours!!

It is so easy to find but yet still feels tucked away. I wasn't sure when I walked down the stairs if my...more

3.0 out of 5 2 November 2013
by Yinnie C.

Mamak Malaysian Fare in a basement for breakfast. Why the hell not?! It was an idea for Katie B's Unconventional breakfast edition, or as they call in in malaysia- breakfast. So was it worth the trek to West London.

For the kaya toast. Yes, even if it was super sweet and probably whilst you're chomping down on stick of butter wedged in with sugarfied coconut, your arteries are crying but you...more

4.0 out of 5 18 October 2013
by Andrew M.

We hit this place hard for Katie B's unconventional breakfast club!

There are about 20 seats so get in early especially if you have a group and keep in mind they tend to run out of the more breakfast-type items by 11am.

Other than the kaya toast (two thick slices of soft brioche held together by a generous serving of coconut jam and studded with chunks of butter), your only other option is...more