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.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
£25 and under
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33 Earlham StreetLondonWC2H 9LS
Top 5 reviews of Canela Cafe
Positioned above its capacity to deliver.
Food is very average, not very nicely presented, little portions (even for tapas), and not great flavour.
However, prices are insanely high, so the whole evening was very disappointing. more
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. more
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... more
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... more
(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. more