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This place is a very life safer for whoever need a quick snack in centre London. Their fresh panini are good and cheap. I paid a brie, chichen and rucola £4 whereas a pepperoni and mozzarella just £3. You can't get the same even at...More
Visiting a local art feature and looking for lunch the exterior of the cafe was immediately appalling. Luckily a table was available immediately and the scrambled egg and smoked salmon breakfast platter looked, and when mine arrived, tasted good. It wasn't immediately clear if this...More
Stumbled across by accident and had to try the feijoida.The ingredients were all excellent but the finished product did not quite live up. Nevertheless on e of the best feijoida I have had in the UK. Service and atmosphere good, Will go back.
I have lunched at the Cafe Rio twice recently.
My Spaghetti Bolognese and Meatballs with Pasta were both delicious and prices were modest.
no Alcohol was available but I contented myself with Chilled Water.
Staff were pleasant and cheerful.
This is my favourite lunch stop when I'm in the Piccadilly area. There's nothing pretentious about the place; service is good and quick; the panninis are great and prices very reasonable for this area. Obviously a favourite of actors from nearby theatres too...
Visited cafe rio on a Saturday afternoon and loved it. Very nice staff, food was excellent. I had the full English breakfast and my partner had one of the pastas which they loved.
I would definitely return !!!More
DebzieM, Manager at Cafe Rio, responded to this reviewResponded August 15, 2012
We are very sorry to hear that you do not want to return to Cafe Rio. We are not sure how the chili you had was 'frozen' as all food including the house specials a freshly cooked and not frozen.
We hope one...More
The sticky toffee pudding with cream is a must!
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