I have eaten there a few time and it is exactly as you describe it.
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24-28 Vanston Place, Fulham, London SW6 1AX
- Fulham Broadway Station (0.2 km)
- Parsons Green Station (0.6 km)
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020 7386 0086
3A Beeches Avenue, London SM5 3LB
“Bailey’s Deli is an Artisan Delicatessen and Coffee Shop based in Carshalton Beeches, Surrey. Opened recently Bailey’s modern shop boasts a delicatessen counter with a wide range of International Cheeses, Charcuterie, Antipasti and Olives. As...” more...
20 reviews of del Aziz in English
My all-time favourite coffee place. I love the interior design, very friendly staff, great coffees and teas and absolutely delicious cakes. I´ve never had anything I didn´t like. I used to take there all my friends who were visiting me in Fulham.
A hidden gem in Fulham. This deli is charming and great for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. The window display an array of pastries and beautiful cakes and each time I walked past, I'm always drawn by the food displayed. The cakes look beautiful and are very delicious. I ordered the chocolate gateaux for a friend's birthday and get rave review from everyone. They all loved it and asked where I got the cake from. The staffs are friendly and helpful. The breakfast is generous. Definitely a place that I love to hang out with friends over a cuppa and cakes!
This is a gem and the best Del Aziz since I know there are others now (like Westfield etc) but this one is far better. Ambience/Cool surroundings/Live Music on Tuesday evenings still I think and interesting things to eat.
del Aziz is my local brunch stop- hardly a weekend goes by without enjoying their eggs benedict.
It can get very busy, but on a sunny day the outside tables are worth the wait- a great place to go with friends,and they never seem to rush the tables, which I think is an admirable quality in a busy restaurant.
The windows are covered in mist from all the passers-by breathing heavily on the window as they glimpse the treats within - huge cakes oodled with icing, fresh scrummy pastries and calorific things to take home and have your tea.
If you haven’t been to a Del Aziz (there are a few) they are Moroccan-themed restaurants that serve up the expected tagines, platters and flat breads etc. A treat is to go for the min tea which is tipped out at a dizzy height from a traditional Moroccan tea pot.
Unfortunately service seems a bit slow and food sometimes not as tasty as it could be but this branch has a lovely outside area.
I’d also recommend the tall mint cocktails (similar to Juleps) they do - 2 for £6 in Happy hour that’s on during the week 5-7:30. Very happy indeed.
Del’Aziz is one of my favorite stops in Fulham. Away from most of the bustle it is on a quite street, with outside tables for street watchers, shared large wooden tables indoors in the cafe, and more formal seating in the adjoining restaurant.
I love the bakery section here, the cake slices are thick and generous, and the take out menu is extensive.
There are a number of goods for sale, leaning to the pretty foreign environment.
This place is a real gem, it’s only drawback is that you must have plenty of time as the staff are a little away with the fairies! It really can talk a long time to get served, and thing happen that are really silly: such as my friend ordered musli so they brought their giant mixing bowl out to our table and left it there for her to “help herself”... it took up most of the table, and really you cant have more than one bowl so why do that?
I recommend breakfast here, the Frying Pan is amazing, and served all day! It comes out still in the cute fry pan they have cooked it in so the presentation is a novelty too.
I love this place!
It’s warm and cosy and the ambiance works particularly well in wintery days when one needs a little bit of good food happiness.
I recommend in particular the Flemish: very light pastry (pate feuillete) with lovely toppings and a welcome side of mixed leaves.
The cake portions are truly gigantic (Gargantuesque je dirais meme!). Huge portions to share or vast amount of sweet thing to jealously keep to oneself? Your call.
I live around the area, and I can’t believe it’s taken me almost a full year to come here to eat. Just had brunch here with a friend and am giving it 4 stars mainly because of the ambience and decor. I love the cosy feel of the place with the long wooden benches, the smell of mulled wine in the air, being surrounded by sweeties and cakes, and the bottles of honey and maple syrup on the table.
Had french toast and fresh fruit salad washed down with mint tea, while my friend had the vege breakfast. Very generous portions, tasty food, smiley waitress. Pricing is not exactly the cheapest, but I didn’t mind it so much. This is very dangerous; I could get used to this kind of brunching lady-of-leisure lifestyle.
Upon entering Del’aziz in Fulham Broadway, one is hit with a visual sensory overload of delectable cakes and delights. The walls of this mediterranean delicatessen & brasserie are lined with an assortment of olive oils, chocolates, hand painted ceramics and mint tea glasses just to name a few and once you’ve found yourself a seat amongst the communal tables you’ll be finding yourself uncontrollably getting another glance at the cake display in the window before checking out the menu. Right, must not look, we came in for brunch. The menu included typical brunch fare with mediterranean twist. The serving sizes were rather generous and while the poached eggs were cooked to perfection, I was little disappointed with the lack of flavour of the white beans which I was expecting to have a little spice or oompf. I would definitely visit again as I distinctly remember the Berber Pancakes (Moroccan Spongy Semolina Pancake) calling my name.
The window display of baked goods is enough to leave you with a second mortgage if you don’t restrain yourself. Grab a table outside on a nice day or hop onto one of the large communal tables inside on a crummy weekend morning and watch as people peruse the cakes and breads and see their faces contort with desire and guilt at the same time.
You will want to eat everything you see. And you should.
Great Mediterranean grub, and not too expensive either. You can get a Shisha here too, although I didn’t go for one. The wine list is quite impressive too, and service was of top notch. This could be one of my before or after cinema haunts.
Aziz was the first restaurant in London that reminded me of San Francisco. Specifically, the Marina district of San Francisco: women in yoga pants and big sunglasses, kids running about in shoes that cost more than mine and young couples talking on their mobile phones instead of to each other.
But wait- there’s food, too. My berber pancake was tasty but after a few bites the sweetness was too much. But the bacon? Oh the bacon! Definitely the best bacon that I had while in London. That alone earns Aziz four stars.
This fabulous bakery and delicatessen is located moments from Fulham Broadway tube, on a quiet cobbled street. The selection of cakes is the best I have ever seen, and the portions are more than generous. They have the biggest selection of teas you could wish for from all over the world. If you don’t possess a sweet tooth, it is worth trying the mouthwatering salads and savoury quiches on display.They also do the best brunches I have ever had. A wonderful place with friendly and attentive staff, serving delicious food at extrodinarily reasonable prices!
This is one of the best cafes in Fulham. It's popularity is growing so it is becoming more of push to get a table but the longest I've ever had to wait is 10 minutes. There is mediterranean counter food, to die for cakes and slices and another menu to choose from. Their hummous is amazing and can be bought to take away. Once you've tried it you will never buy supermarket hummous again. Their cakes and slices are available to take away as well and make a nice easy way to treat your friends or family.
Del Aziz has a beautiful array of food on display in the window- the cakes and quiches are beautiful- so much so that you could stand and stare for hours. Like most London delis the prices are not cheap however and I got a little stung when settling down for some brunch. For me del Aziz is a great little place to visit as a treat but is too pricey for a regular pit-stop. The cafe area gets very busy which is teastament to the popularity of the place but the staff will try to squeeze you onto a bench with other people which meakes it not the most private of places to have a catch up. Go next door for the restaurant where there is a full menu and much more seating if you are prepared to pay more again.
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