Regency Café

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#199 of 52484 places to eat in London
Open now 07:00 - 14:30, 16:00 - 19:00
$$$$ Average price: up to £10
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17-19 Regency St, SW1P 4BY
London, England, United Kingdom
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Besides RHS Lindley Library, visit Regency Café in the vicinity. Dishes of British cuisine can be ordered at this restaurant. Eating good sausage & eggs, bubble and squeak and grilled bacon is what a number of guests advise. Here you will be offered tasty bread and butter pudding, parfait and apple pie.

Food delivery is a big advantage of Regency Café. Some clients recommend delicious absinthe, port wine or fino sherry at this place. You will hardly forget great english coffee, apple juice or latte that you can enjoy. The accommodating host demonstrates a high level of quality at this spot. Visitors mention that the service is fabulous here. You will pay democratic prices for dishes. At this restaurant, people can enjoy the spectacular atmosphere and divine decor. The rating assigned by Frommer's is 3 stars, so Regency Café is an exceptional place.

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Had the set breakfast and added black pudding and hashbrowns. It was outstanding! Small cafe with friendly staff. Highly recommended.
Got the "Set Breakfast Deal" and was pretty good (: comes with 1 egg, 2 bacon, 1 sausage, your choice of tomatoes or beans, bread or toast, tea or coffee and have extra sides for £1. Total comes out to £6. Only downside is if you choose toast and want jam it comes out to extra. (They charge for Jam). The owner is very amicable and attentive. Would recommend if you're looking for an English breakfast
Regency Cafe17-19 Regency Street, LondonWhere in London can you get a full English for a fiver (well, £5.50 ($7 US) if we’re being pedantic) and visit the set of a movie? The answer is here at the Regency Cafe, a famous greasy spoon establishment made famous by such films as Layer Cake and magazine shoots for Vogue.We took a short walk from Victoria coach station after arriving early in the morning from the midlands down the posh roads of Pimlico in search of a good old English breakfast. In an area as affluent as this you don’t expect to find a cafe like this amongst the Pret a Manger’s and the Caffe Nero’s, this is old school – and there’s a big line.For the first 10 minutes or so of our experience at the Regency Cafe we got to admire the exterior – mainly due to the line being out the door. American tourists hovered around peeking through the windows and looking back at the line ‘maybe we’ll come back tomorrow, huh?’ they concluded. What many don’t realise is that the line moves very quickly thanks in large part to the flawless system they have going here. No one is allowed to sit down before they have ordered, don’t believe us? Well, there’s a sign…Everyone comes here, from tourists to builders. The factors of price, quality and fame are the main draw but also watching the team work behind the counter like a well oiled machine. The system is simple, place your order with the nice gentleman behind the counter who then bellows your name once your order is ready, usually within minutes. Take a seat once ordered and enjoy the experience of a traditional London cafe.
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17-19 Regency St, London, England, United Kingdom, SW1P 4BY
Vegetarian options Cash only No outdoor seating No Wi-Fi Parking No booking Takeaway No delivery No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 07:00-14:30, 16:00-19:00
TuesdayTue 07:00-14:30, 16:00-19:00
WednesdayWed 07:00-14:30, 16:00-19:00
ThursdayThu 07:00-14:30, 16:00-19:00
FridayFri 07:00-14:30, 16:00-19:00
SaturdaySat 07:00-12:00

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