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Greenberry Cafe opened in late 2012 on the site of the Russian Tea Rooms and quickly established itself as a Brunch spot favourite for North London locals as well as for the many visitors that flock to Primrose Hill. The park was once colloquially called Greenberry Hill because it was the site of a murder involving a Catholic conspiracy against the Protestant King Charles 2nd in the 17th Century in which three Catholic priests were convicted of the crime - their names were Mr. Green, Mr. Berry and Mr. Hill. We are told that even to this day some locals refer to Primrose Hill as Greenberry Hill! We not only offer Brunch till 3pm daily but a selection of salads, sandwiches and charcuterie all day from 12pm and seasonally changing a la carte dishes with Chef specials offered every evening. We are proud of our bistro style cooking and proud of our evolving selection of fresh juices, wellness lattes, barista coffee and small but thoughtfully sourced wine list which includes many organic and biodynamic wines. We are family friendly and welcome well behaved dogs.
Great restaurant/bistro with fantastic breakfast and brunch menu. Make sure to make a reservation. It fills up quickly!
My favorite place for brunch. (I always take the same thing : the avocado waffle with bacon and maple syrup - soooooo good).
Delicious food - I love the Ricotta pancakes! Perfect to go before or after a walk at Primrose Hill
Primrose Hill's most popular cafe (but I am not a huge fan). It is always full, people rave about the food but for me, but not my favourite.
A bright, lively little bistro-style cafe and restaurant in Primrose Hill, Greenberry Café. It is a popular haunt for locals. It has a long American oak bar, with the al fresco tables being a perfect sun spot. Brunch is hugely popular here, and includes treats like fluffy pancakes, mixed berries…
“A real lunchtime treat, this restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere also operates as a cafe and deli. ”
“This is a lively, popular spot in Primrose Hill. The Greek food is tasty, and the ambience is bustling and noisy - but in a fun sorta way. ”
“A hybrid Aussie meets British cafe, Ginger & White have all the usual cafe classics but they’ve given them an farmer’s market style makeover. Think locally sourced, hand roasted beans and homemade cupcakes, daily changing lunch menus and they also serve wine.”
“Combining Modern European cuisine and an ample wine list in a romantic setting with a dining garden. ”
Grocery or Supermarket
“Produce Shopping at Melrose and Morgan The local grocery store for Chalk Farm. Stocking all things locally sourced and 60% of the deli is all made by chefs in house. The presentation is beautiful.”