I'm Mark Pack from London. I've been Qyping since 22-08-2009
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41 Montpelier Vale, Blackheath, London SE3 0TJ
Great vegetarian food. A real treat.
453 Edgware Road, London W2 1TH
As others have said, great views from this cafe – quite in contrast to the Edgeware Road it is located on.
Can get a bit noisy at weekend with families with young (screaming) children, but the breakfasts are great.
Cafe (at least when I’ve been there) only takes payment in cash – no cards accepted.
126 cleveland street, London w1t 6pq
Great baked potatoes, and for take aways put in handy plastic boxes that you can reuse
1 Hanson Street, London W1W 6TA
Fab little sandwich place - lovely staff, great food, low prices. Only downside is the queues at peak times can leaving you standing outside for a little while.
Cardinal Place, Victoria, London SW1E 5JE
Although they cram lots of seats in to the space, it's done well so you end up feeling there's plenty of leg room and elbow space unlike some rivals where you're all squeezed next to each other.
Comfy sofas and seats in the far corner, though not many, so don't expect to find them free except at very quiet times.
Good, quick service - helped by having more than one till and plenty of space for people to move around by the tills.
33 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1RR
Fantastic mashed potato - very creamy, but not too rich.
Lovely venue, though service a little slow at times.
83 Hazellville Road, London N19 3NB
Sad to say, no longer open in the mornings. Breakfasts are a real loss!
119 Stroud Green Road, London N4 3PX
Nice range of savoury and sweet options in a place with decent elbow room and comfortable chairs. Prices are, for London, reasonable.
Service was a little hit and miss - over-keen to take orders and clear away food, but then slow with bill and paying.
Brunel Lock Road, Bristol BS1 6XS
The cafe used in the hit TV comedy Only Fools and Horses (season 2 onwards) has since been refurbished, going upmarket.
It is open for breakfasts and lunch through the week (to 4pm) and in the evenings at weekends (Friday and Saturday).
There are numerous breakfast options and the prices reasonable, though a little on the high side as you’d expect for a posh cafe.
The decking with seating at the back is great on a sunny morning. Despite being right next to a car park and a fly-over, sitting outside is actually a pleasant experience.
203-205 Piccadilly, Waterstones, London W1J 9LE
More expensive than the Costa Coffee in the basement - but comes with lots of daylight and views out over London. The views are mostly of the ugly side of buildings, so they aren’t that great, though it is fun to see where some of the famous landmarks are in relation to each other from a different angle.
Lots of sofas too, which is a nice change from the places that have one sofa for show, but no more - meaning you can almost never can find a space. Here they are enough sofas to go round.
Service was rather patchy when I went, not too pushy but slow even when I wanted to leave and pay the bill.