Fleet River Bakery

Pâtisseries

Snack bars

Midtown

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  • Address:

    Fleet River Bakery 71 Lincoln's Inn Fields
    London
    WC2A 3JF

  • Venue phone:

    020 7691 1457

  • Venue website:

    www.fleetriverbakery.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open 7am-7pm Mon-Wed; 7am-9pm Thur, Fri; 8.30am-6pm Sat; 8.30am-4pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Holborn tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £6.50-£9.50

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sam

service can be hit and miss here, and when it's a miss it's not pleasant .. pity, because otherwise food and coffee is a real winner

Jan

Took 2 friends visiting from overseas for coffee yesterday afternoon, Sunday 11th August. Two girls working, one making the coffee, the other standing on a step ladder behind the counter wiping the specials board, completely unaware / disinterested in serving the 5 people waiting to order. She finally decided to start serving and then proceeded to tell us that they would have to serve our coffee in takeaway cups. The reason being is that although they weren't closing for another 30 minutes they had to "turn the dishwasher on". Won't be going back.

Eliza

Been going there for ages for the food, but recently noticed the staff have perked up. Well done for improving your customer service guys.

Lexie

scrumptious food! salads are delicious and their coffees are great too!

Jasmin

great food and top notch monmouth cofffee. great seating downstairs... good little hideaway from the hustle and bustle

Peter

I went there today because it looks nice from the outside. But I was really disappointed on the staff. If I order a takeaway sandwich isn't the staff supposed to give it to me or do I need to grab it myself? I waited for the staff to do something. Instead they asked if I wanted something else. I said no and waited. They came back and I pointed out if I could get the sandwich. Finally I got it. Their attitude against the customers is a joke. I won't return. In that area I will consider Pret or Waitrose for sandwiches next time.

Isaac Davis

I go to this cafe most mornings because the coffee is great and the seats downstairs are nice and out of the way of the Holborn hustle and bustle. But I don't look forward to being greeted by the same miserable staff members every day. Either they have severe amnesia, or they're just that rude, because despite showing up 3-out-of 5 days a week and ordering the same thing, it's the same blank, smug expressions on their faces every morning, and the same ignorance to my simple repetitive cappuccino order. The tall guy with the beard is nice, as is the girl with the dark hair. The others make up for the lack of bitterness in their excellent coffee by displaying in abundance in their shitty attitude. The prices are a laugh too.

Jane dent

The quiche was nice, the salad was completely unimaginative (come on - there's so much you can do with raw vegetables - a few leaves and cut-too-thick onion slices is not a salad in 2011. The serving girl was surly. Wouldn't recommend.