Venue Details & Map
London Review Bookshop
14-16 Bury PlaceLondonWC1A 2JL
- +44 (0)20 7269 9030
- Public transport:
- Holborn, Underground
Top 5 reviews of London Review Bookshop
This place is great for studying if you can manage to part from your laptop for a while and just sit and enjoy the amazing decor, the quiet chatter, and the array of cakes! There's no wifi or plugs, but with some form of reading or few good conversation mates, this place can definitely keep you occupied for a while! This store is pretty close to my school, and I've come here on a couple... more
I am become devourer of tea cakes. Books. Tea. Cookies. I was by turns entertained by their large Literary Criticism section in the basement, watered by their several tea types (the menu is sheaves of paper containing tea types, sheaves).
The tables are a little cramped, though. Be ready to make friends with your dining companions. more
I was browsing this place's Yelp pictures one night and decided pretty quickly that I needed to stop by - which I did the very next afternoon. The entrance to the cafe area is a bit awkward, partially because you need to enter through the bookshop and partially because there's really no waiting area. I literally found myself smack in the middle of the cafe once I passed the doorway.
The place... more
Hving read Andrew M's review, I think that I can see a pattern. I too was lured here on the promise of London's best carrot cake and like him, I was to be disappointed when we arrived as they had run out of said cake. It must be good!
My friend Sharon brought me here and she is an avid reader. If you love interesting books, this is a treasure trove with books covering a whole multitude of... more
Cafes inside book shops aren't any special occurrence. In my hometown there's pretty much a Starbucks in every single one. But this is not your run-of-the-mill average cafe.
My boyfriend is an English student so he loves going to all the different book shops around the city. I often accompany him because I enjoy reading as well. For the London Review Bookshop though, I did not come for the... more