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Typical meal price From £41.00 (USD 57.36) per diner

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Cookbook Cafe

1 Hamilton Place, Park Lane

Yelp Reviews

8.00 out of 5
based on 37 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Cookbook Cafe

4.0 out of 5
28 July 2016
by Vi W.

Cookbook Cafe @ Intercontinental Hotel - I cannot remember the last time when I have laughed so hard, and it was not just the bottomless prosseco; I was on the cuvee. Even so, I remember very clearly that it was a great evening with impeccable service and good food in a relaxing environment. I definitely recommend it.

Cookbook Cafe in the Intercontinental Hotel is upmarket, and puts great... more

3.0 out of 5
31 March 2015
by Sanj M.

After a disappointing 1-star dining experience here, I returned to give them another chance with brunch - ever the eternal optimist! I joined a group of fellow yelpers to try out their Saturday brunch and drink the place dry of prosecco- ahem, I mean to responsibly enjoy their unlimited prosecco refills.

We'd booked for opening time 12.30pm, though the doors didn't open until closer to... more

5.0 out of 5
16 May 2016
by Kurt V.

Excellent British breakfast. The "Cookbook Cafe" is located at the Intercontinental Hotel in London.

They have regular breakfast serving until 10am, but ala cart serving until 11am.

Great experience! more

4.0 out of 5
31 August 2014
by Muji L.

Visited for the Sunday buffet brunch. There was a wide selection of food including fresh sashimi, breakfast, made to order Sunday roast, pancakes and waffles, desserts and loads more,. The food was of decent quality and the roast was very tasty using very high quality beef.

All drinks including champagne were unlimited and included in the price.

Overall a very high standard brunch and... more

4.0 out of 5
02 February 2015
by Tammy T.

My friends and I were here for Saturday brunch at Cookbook Cafe. It is situated inside the InterContinental Hotel right at Hyde Park Corner.

The buffet food was good, but it was mainly cold cuts, cheese, bread, danishes, fish, salads, and desserts. The most impressive part of the buffet food was the sashimi - which was very fresh.

The main courses were much more impressive than the buffet... more

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