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The interior is quirky with lots of bench type window seats ( so you can watch all the London tourists with their massive cases looking for their hotel ). There are also normal tables. Food is tasty and made on the spot so it’s fresh....More
We stayed down the block from this cafe and ended up there most days. The staff was friendly, the food was excellent, and the atmosphere is funky and informal. The vegan choices are wonderful so we were thrilled. The vegan gelato must be experienced!
I'm always really anxious to try new places since I'm not sure about the system, but the people at Moreish make you feel like they've been expecting you in a lovely way. Later in the day they seem to have fewer gelato choices perhaps but...More
We have stayed in the area many times and had always meant to pop into the Moreish Cafe, the menu always looked good, and did so last weekend. Cafe has a rustic feel, chairs and stools a bit wobbly but the location is good and...More
We went to this cafe twice in one week, because we were in the area. We had banana bread from the breakfast menu, which was vegan! it was served with an amazing vanilla soya yogurt and sliced bananas!! Amaziing with the coffee. We went back...More
My friend told me that the ice cream here was really good and dairy free, so we went to try it after lunch for a special treat. I was surprised to see that is was the real stuff, proper gelato - first time I have...More
We came here 2 years ago, when last in London, and had an excellent breakfast so when back in town we headed there for breakfast again. Unfortunately we were sorely disappointed. They were out of porridge at breakfast time, and we were charged £5.10 for...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and