Cafes and Delis in West Central London
The coffee house and café revolution of the late '90s and noughties has evolved into something pretty sophisticated, with a wealth of artisan roasters and bang-on-trend independents proving just how versatile the humble bean can be. Even Glasgow's best restaurants are getting in on the act, lest they get left behind. Glasgow's very much at the forefront of this coffee movement, and it's one that has forced the city's cafés and teahouses to up their game too - great news all round for those partial to a kick or two of caffeine. And remember, coffee isn't just for breakfast.
It's not just the perfect coffee, friendly service or the constantly changing menu that keeps coffee shops coming back: it's the setting in a Victorian loo! Explore over many of independent restaurants, cafés, bars and pubs offering fine dining to cheap eats and sophisticated cocktails to street food in the heart of London’s West End.
Amigo’s sandwich bar, cafe and salt beef deli is located on Eagle Street in Holborn, London, WC1. We serve a wide range of fantastic freshly made hot food and cold food.
Fork Deli is a bustling little independent cafe in London's lively and historic Bloomsbury area.
We open early with the aroma of artisan coffee and a delicious breakfast selection, and our ever-changing lunch menu offers a choice of salads, sandwiches, quiches and fresh soups, all available to eat in or take away
At Myddeltons, we source our produce, fresh from the markets (New Covent Garden & Smithfields) every morning, Monday to Friday, ringing the highest quality ingredients, and best of all, very competitive prices.