Best place to eat in London. I defy anybody to suggest to me where else in the capital I might find a full English breakfast (and coffee!!) for under seven pounds - small town prices in Central London.
Aside from the prices, the service is unbelievably quick and efficient and the food tastes superb. I don't think I shall ever have breakfast elsewhere in London again!
Regency Cafe is a well oiled machine. The man behind the counter (I assume is the owner) runs an efficient brigade delivering solid English food.
Arrived at 1030 on a Saturday morning. Joined the queue and ordered from the owner. When my order was ready, the owner called my name in a deep commanding voice. I gave my thanks and he gave me his. I had my first bite by 1100.
I can only speak of my experience eating the breakfast set with all the extras. Everything was cooked and seasoned well. Portions were generous. I could hardly finish everything. (33 yo male, 170lbs). Coffee could be more strong, but that's me nitpicking.
Excellent English breakfast. We had to line up for a bit but it was worth it. It’s a great that you have real English people and tourist having breakfast next to each other, tells you something about the place.
A very traditional great British cafe. It looks old and out of fashion, but it's actually quite cool and quirky. There are basically two types of customers here: authentic genuine builders who need a hearty meal or breakfast, and Chinese tourists!
The food was good, and very traditional English. Where else could you have liver for breakfast!?
Had wanted to try this place for years and finally got the opportunity. It's decent quality food at a reasonable price for the location but you are really going for the experience - a kind of 'stuck in time' greasy spoon and the amusingly loud shouting of orders. Glad I visited and would probably return if I was more local.