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Sometimes you find a coffee shop where one poor barista is doing the work of three people. Here it’s the reverse – three baristas doing the work of one, all the time shouting at each other in Italian and getting about one in five orders...More
My wife and I visited this cafe twice when in London as it was handy for Victoria bus station. We found the staff very helpful, cafe also had a varied menu at cheap prices. Our only disappointment was the toilet facilities. There was always a...More
This area is full of tourists and office workers, and Cafe Nero gets crazy busy at times, yet the staff are always nice, smiling. I like this branch, the products are the same as everywhere, the staff make all the difference
I normally like Caffè Nero but this one is the pits.... looked ok from outside but once we sat down realised the general appearance was dirty.. don't use the toilets not sure which month they had been cleaned certainly not June .... disgusting!!!! .. I...More
I had a latte and pastry most mornings here during my recent visit to London. The counter staff changed daily, but all were efficient and friendly and the latte was consistently of high quality. I mostly took my purchase to go, but on the day...More
What you’d expect from a Caffè Nero however I did not expect the pebble dashed, dirty toilet. The entire toilet cubicle was filthy and definitely hasn’t been cleaned for a few days! DO NOT ENTER!
If I could put a lower rating I would....
Location: Excellent if you want to grab a bite or drink coffee before taking a bus from Victoria Coach Station.
Food and drinks selection: What you would expect from a bus station café but they do it well.
Inside: Tables not really clean, sometimes leftovers...More
Home to the vast majority of embassies and diplomatic residences in London, sophisticated and upscale Belgravia also boasts a wealth of luxury hotels, fine dining restaurants, and some of the city’s most stroll worthy lanes. While the prices here are high, taking a leisurely stroll through the streets of picturesque and elegant white stucco houses is free. Hyde Park and the Buckingham Palace Gardens are only a stone's throw
away to the north, and some of Europe’s best shopping is nearby as well.