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Brunswick House Cafe

Café, English Restaurant, and Bar££££
Vauxhall, London
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8.3/10
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  • Has a stamp of approval from Financial Times and The Guardian
    • Financial Times
    • The Guardian
  • Steven E.
    "Great coffee and the Portuguese custard tarts are the real deal."(2 Tips)
    Siobhan W.
    "Good coffee and delicious fresh mint tea"(12 Tips)
    Lee P.
    "... places, located in an antique store. They have a brilliant Spanish white wine..."(4 Tips)
    Maya K.
    "Amazing bric a brac, great tea and custard tarts."(2 Tips)
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  • Ross W.
    Ross Webster-SalterApril 13, 2013
    Coffee amidst spacious seating an eclectic setting of antiques and other curiosities. Serves food from an 17th century cookbook and you can buy the furniture, providing it's an antique.
  • Financial Times
    Financial TimesJanuary 9, 2012
    These packed terrific flavours: a strong venison and prune terrine; marinated mackerel with blackberries; a hare and bacon pie alongside a bowl of spicy cuttlefish, chorizo and fino sherry... Read more
  • Lee P.
    Lee ProvoostDecember 4, 2011
    One of my favourite quirky brunch / lunch places, located in an antique store. They have a brilliant Spanish white wine that goes very well with their barley risotto.
  • Rob W.
    Rob WattsMay 24, 2013
    The food was tip top and the environment relaxed. Staff were attentive but not overly so, and the wine list was packed to the brim w/ yum. Check it out!
  • Maya K.
    Maya KornApril 7, 2011
    Amazing bric a brac, great tea and custard tarts. The leftover carrot and coriander soup wasn't half bad either. Come for lunch/dinner/coffee. I'll be back.
  • Andrew R.
    Andrew RogoffMarch 12, 2016
    Cool place but coffee's not great. Cappuccino was bitter, small and cold. Definitely worth browsing round the building though. It's packed with interesting curios.
  • Poli T.
    Poli TApril 26, 2013
    The ambience in this place is amazing! I really like everything about it: the tables, the staff, the food! Love.
  • Sean H.
    Very delicious. We ordered the pork and hake. Both were delicious.
  • The Guardian
    The GuardianApril 25, 2012
    "It may be housed in an architectural salvage shop in a Georgian building, but there's nothing old-fashioned about the food this cafe is putting on the plate..." Read more
  • Deborah P.
    Deborah PuiggaliFebruary 9, 2016
    Nice vintage deco and Amazing place for drinking
  • Ryan H.
    Ryan HaynesDecember 1, 2013
    Chill out and relax with a coffee. Hook up to wifi and let the afternoon pass you by
  • Nicola H.
    Nicola HillApril 24, 2013
    I love it here. Perfectly London. Rose Passerille apertif is the perfect star to an evening.
  • GetFit G.
    GetFit GetPrettySeptember 6, 2016
    The cucumber water and the Chenin blanc are devine!
  • Iunius M.
    Iunius MardoniusOctober 22, 2012
    One of the places u have to visit even for a coffee. Skip Starbucks
  • Jennifer W.
    Jennifer WhiteheadNovember 11, 2011
    Order the cauliflower. Order it twice if you're sharing dishes with three or more others, it's super delicious.
  • Tina A.
    Tina AspialaMarch 18, 2013
    Very odd experience. Food was clearly good. But this is the first time a cuisine itself apparently just isn't to my taste--recipes from some 1800s English cookbook? Interesting but somehow a deep no.
  • Lee P.
    Lee ProvoostJune 27, 2011
    Lovely quirky cafe where you can buy all the furniture (given that it's an antique store as well) Read more
  • Kyle J.
    Kyle JohnsonJanuary 8, 2013
    A lovely room, but unfortunately, I got the distinct impression that I had mortally offended the staff merely by walking through the door. Rude and unhelpful, and threw their weight around.
  • Siobhan W.
    Siobhan WattsMarch 1, 2014
    Good coffee and delicious fresh mint tea
  • Alec H.
    Alec HendryDecember 11, 2010
    Been here 25+ times
    Great Coffee, and you can get it to go, so skip the Pret or Starbucks, and head here.
  • HISTORY UK
    HISTORY UKFebruary 14, 2011
    This solitary Georgian survival in Vauxhall was briefly the home of the Duke of Brunswick, a German prince in exile who was killed in 1815 fighting the French army of Napoleon Bonaparte.
  • Metro.co.uk
    Metro.co.ukFebruary 16, 2011
    Brunswick House Café in Vauxhall isn't swanky or sophisticated - but it doesn’t set out to be. We gave it 3 out of 5 stars Read more
  • Daisy J.
    Daisy JanesJune 26, 2015
    amazing venue, perfect for a great dinner with friends
  • Kate B.
    Kate BinesNovember 23, 2010
    Great coffee indeed and fine place to hang out during a bomb scare at vauxhall
  • Kieron W.
    Kieron WoodhouseApril 17, 2016
    Very good coffee in a beautiful setting
  • Tomás
    TomásAugust 3, 2012
    If you are a kid, this place will not be very good.
  • Javier D.
    Javier DeoradorFebruary 26, 2015
    Great Coffee bar and cocktails!
  • Andrew J.
    Andrew JonesJanuary 27, 2016
    Quirky and great interiors
  • Steven E.
    Steven ElliottJuly 8, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Great coffee and the Portuguese custard tarts are the real deal.
  • Lauren
    LaurenOctober 8, 2016
    The lights here are amazing!
  • Joe
    JoeAugust 28, 2016
    Coffee was really distinctive. The chap was kind enough to pop to Tesco for soy milk too 🙌
  • Tom W.
    Tom WhitwellNovember 19, 2011
    Don't order if you're in a hurry. Food is great, service is glacial
  • Souzanna T.
    Souzanna TheofanopoulouOctober 11, 2016
    Perfect! Very nice environment!
  • Cal P.
    Cal PatersonApril 5, 2015
    Really interesting art/antiques upstairs
  • Jean Francois H.
    Jean Francois HectorAugust 17, 2013
    TimeOut best cheap eats http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/brunswick-house-cafe
  • Martin K.
    Martin KrajcoJanuary 8
    My all time fav in vauxhaul area
  • Mark L.
    Mark LOctober 26, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    If they can charge £6 for a bacon roll... They should probably stretch to paying the extra 1% fee to accept AmEx.
  • Chris J.
    Chris JonesApril 15, 2012
    The music is too loud and utterly inappropriate
  • r4vi
    r4viApril 13, 2012
    Kitchen closes at 2
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