Canela Cafe

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Down one of Seven Dials' spokes you’ll find Canela, a small, bright, high-ceilinged establishment where authentic Portuguese ingredients reign. The food is sourced and imported directly from Portugal to ensure authentic flavours, and there's plenty of Portuguese wine to try.


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Canela Cafe

33 Earlham Street

Opiniones de Yelp

7.00 de 5
Basado en 28 críticas

Las 28 mejores opiniones de Canela Cafe

3.0 de 5
04 June 2014
por Wendy L.

Sadly Canela failed to express me. I was taking into account that it was their soft launch after their revamp so I forgive the fact that they are probably still working on building an atmosphere. But food was also quite disappointing, lacking flavours and I quite agree with other reviews I've seen that this place is better off being a place for tea and a few nibbles than for a substantial... Más información

4.0 de 5
18 June 2014
por Erica U.

Update since 2012:

Now more of a Portuguese restaurant it's definitely looking much more upscale than it did 2 years ago and with prices to match the new look.

I had the chorizo flambé. 2 big grilled delicious sausages that I can't wait to go back for, for 7 and the most delicious warm French bread for 3 to accompany the chorizo. Wonderful combo. Followed by the stuffed squid which was also... Más información

3.0 de 5
03 March 2016
por Jill S.

Good but not great. The wine is decent but the service is really slow, the tables are a bit cramped, and the bathroom is apparently outside and down the street. Más información

4.0 de 5
12 April 2018
por Rachel T.

(3.5 stars to be exact) Ordered bacalhau a brás and a pork chop sandwich, which taste ok but not great, and in our opinion a bit over priced. The atmosphere is nice and service is good. Más información

5.0 de 5
24 May 2018
por Jane D.

I had a lovely time here. I was on the hunt for the best pastel de natas or Portuguese egg tarts throughout London. I can say fairly confidently that this place serves probably the best original natas in London.

I went to Harrods, I Love Natas, Cafe de Natas -- hell, I even tried natas in places that I didn't even expect to find natas in, like Lite Bite in Paddington, or when I first came... Más información

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