Greenberry Café

101 Regent’s Park Road , Camden, NW1 8UR

1 reviews

36 International London

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SquareMeal Review of Greenberry Café

Primrose Hill was once nicknamed Greenberry Hill (a punning reference to the notorious hangings of Messrs Green, Berry and Hill back in the day) – hence the title of this eclectic, all-purpose eatery. Flexibility is the name of the game as the kitchen goes on a globe-trotting tour taking in everything from viennoiserie for breakfast to all-day ‘traiteur’ plates of Ibérico Bellota ham, salt beef sandwiches or pickled herring zakuski with beetroot, horseradish and sour cream. The full menu also stretches its legs, promising the likes of sea bream ceviche, miso-glazed aubergines or breast of Creedy Carver chicken with imam bayaldi, ahead of tarte Tatin or raw and roast pineapple with pain d’épice, coconut and kaffir lime sorbet. The food is supported by a lively list of beers and terroir-led wines that also goes walkabout in search of quality.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Chalk Farm Tube Station 269m

Kentish Town West Station 905m


Address: 101 Regent’s Park Road , Camden NW1 8UR

Area: London

Opening times

Mon-Sat 9am-11pm Sun 9am-4pm

Nearby Landmarks

Roundhouse 344m

Primrose Hill 436m


Telephone: 020 7483 3765


Cuisine: International


Food & Drink: 9.0

Service: 10.0

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 8.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Joanna G. platinum reviewer 30 June 2016

The Greenberry Cafe does everything from breakfast, brunch and dinner and they do it very well. Always high quality, fresh ingredients, excellent specials and reliable menu favourites. Beware, if you turn up on a weekend for brunch without a booking, you are likely to be disappointed, it is absolutely heaving and tables are on a 1.5 hour turnaround. The atmosphere on weekday evenings is much more relaxed, happy hour cocktails and a much more leisurely affair. The staff are all great, one of the owners M is usually there running around and making sure everyone is looked after. I wish there were more places like this!

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