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This is a wonderful cafe. Surroundings are clean and lovely to look at. Food is excellent. Service quick and friendly. A big thank you to Agnes who remembered our order after serving us once. She is a brilliant person
Thank you Agnes
I had come out with my family on Saturday 9 September and in the evening we all decided to stop for tea and desserts at Café Concerto , 45 Haymarket
Unfortunately, instead of being a good end to a what had been a lovely...More
I booked a week in advance for this treat, purchased via groupon.and informed them that one party was gluten free.i phoned the day before to confirm the booking, the person could not at first find the booking then after a min or so he did.and...More
Visited with a friend for a long awaited afternoon tea.
The place was run down and unclean they say the least, flies everywhere.
Food was average at best, not what I was expecting. It was edible but the sandwiches and cakes looked squashed and dry....More
We popped into this Restaurant for a late Lunch, never again!! will our feet pass over the threshold. We ordered 2 glasses of white Wine along with our Food order, when Waiter brought our Wine to our Table I noticed that as he’s was bringing...More
Eating out in the main tourist area of a city is always a bit hit and miss. This place is a classic example of somewhere that gets away with providing overpriced, substandard food because of where it is. Never previously had a lamb shank with...More
We checked out of our hotel in the West End and needed somewhere to go for breakfast. Caffe Concerto caught our eye - the menu looked good and the corner spot offered a good place to people watch.
Inside, the setting is classic London cafe/tea...More
All looked great at first, but it all went downhill when we had to wait too long for someone to take our order. Just as we were going to stand to leave our server arrived. The cake was served on a plate with a piece...More
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