Offering all-day dining with an emphasis on seasonal ingredients, Greenberry is a bright bisto-style restaurant on the site of the former Russian Tea Rooms in Primrose Hill. Inside, rustic tables and a long American oak bar create a relaxed feel, whilst outdoor seating caters for al fresco dining in sunnier weather. With a menu ranging from wholesome breakfasts to charcuterie platters and homemade desserts, the food is complemented by a carefully curated wine list which features a selection of organic and biodynamic bottles as well as English sparkling wines.
|Average main course||£15.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£30.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
101 Regent's Park RoadLondonNW1 8UR
- +44 (0)20 7483 3765
- Public transport:
- Chalk Farm, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Greenberry Cafe
Oh gosh we loved this place ... get their soba salad it was too yummy. Defi go for the brunch on the weekend it's worth the wait. Their iced coffees are spot on. The eggs are delish. But the soba salad was the star .... it was soooo good didn't even get the chance to take a picture. more
This place is perfect for breakfast/brunch, serving until 3pm even on weekdays! It's round the corner from my spa and I always like to pop in here after for the amazing Haas avocado with poached egg and a flat white - definitely good coffee here! Over the past few months I've been coming in the week late afternoon time and the restaurant is usually pretty empty then. They usually seat me on a... more
One of my favourite places for brekky in London. Great quality produce, dishes and juices. And right next to primrose hill.
First time here for lunch - not as good as brekky - they don't do hot food. But still good. more
Crap I can't believe I'm giving Greenberry 5 stars! This place is THE place for yummy mummies (is that even what they say?). It's the place you'd find a celebrity. It's the place you'd find all the stuck up super rich people because that's just where they go. And now I've gone here (and will continue to go here) and I'm giving it 5 stars because all these people know how to eat well and you... more
A little pricey (but then this is Primrose Hill) and always packed, but great food and a nice range of unusual options too (try the avocado with sweet potato hummus and poached eggs). Definitely somewhere I'd recommend if you're in the area. If you're in a two or on your own, ask to sit at the bar - it's a great experience. more