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Cafe de Fred is just down the road from my son’s school so I visit often with my two children. The owner and head chef (Fred) is a super friendly and charming individual and always has a smile on his face, regardless of the day...More
The food is OK, and the staff is friendly.
If pre-corona, it would be a nice neighborhood cafe.
However, it is a horrifying place to go to during the pandemic.
The worst - The cook and waiter didn't wear a mask nor face cover -...More
Date of visit: July 2020
cafedefred, Owner at Cafe de Fred, responded to this reviewResponded 26 July 2020
To whom it may concerns
Thanks for your visit and review.
I do feel your review is exaggerated to a degree that you do not support small business to survive during this terrible times!!
However. I can reassure you that the cafe is fully complying...More
My boyfriend and I were staying at the Holland Park hostel nearby, and once we discovered this delightful cafe with the even more delightful Fred (after which the cafe is named), we came here every morning for breakfast. By far the best breakfast I've ever...More
Horrible food, the bacon wasn’t bacon it was Fried ham, all of it was just wrong totally wrong! Please people do not go here it really is the pits! Save your money.... also
Me and my friend are both feeling a bit sick now... don’t...More
We have been welcomed by a really nice owner. Had a nice english breakfast. Coffee was really good. Felt full, but if i didn't - i would have ordered a piece of pie which looked really good. Fred is a really nice host and makes...More
Really sweet little place. Great service, warm atmosphere, the perfect place for a causal breakfast or sitting and getting work done over a cup of coffee. The vegetarian option was delicious and didn’t feel like it was missing anything in the way of meat. I...More
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