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Was fairly regular here for brunch until Jan this year - unfortunately food quality has declined significantly. For example, the size of the fritters for the price was a joke! Very disappointed with the service as well and will not return.
If you are an Aussie travelling and really miss a great Australian breakfast and even more importantly its coffee (mainly a Long Black) this is your place. From Smashed Avocado to Corn Fritters the food is excellent and reminds you of many a good brunch...More
Me and my friend came here on Wednesday, Grace was absolutely amazing and very very helpful! We ordered the banana bread and the salmon royale and honestly the food was amazing!!!! We are definitely going to come back soon! :)
Daisy Green is tucked away in central London, on the corner of a street you might not necessarily visit. It's welcoming and fairly cool - particularly if you like pretty things!
We met up with friends here and it was a great place to meet....More
I've eaten so many times at Scarlett Green (Soho) and finally made it to Daisy Green after fighting my way through the Christmas sales. The brunch menu seemed to be the same as the Soho branch.
My friend and I sat downstairs and I have...More
My friends and I really had a wonderful visit to Daisy Green for the bottomless brunch. They're generous with the drinks and the food is really lovely. Great presentation and delicious! A word of warning that it's not the easiest place to find, the name...More
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