Ginger & White




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<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>4</span>/5

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Ginger & White 4A-5A Perrin's Court
    NW3 1QS

  • Venue phone:

    020 7431 9098

  • Venue website:

  • Opening hours:

    Open 7.30am-5.30pm Mon-Fri; 8.30am-5.30pm Sat, Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Hampstead tube

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2.5 / 5

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Ginger and White on England's Lane Belsize Park, is well worth a visit - It's very cozy, really welcoming when your in need of a friendly face, but more importantly their hot chocolates are to die for!!!!!!!!!! Once you have tasted the hot choc you will be spoilt to go anywhere else - So for those who fancy a change from visiting their Hampstead branch, I strongly recommend a walk down the road!


Great coffee, served in a friendly, slow and hap-hazard fashion. Worst of all, the cafe encourage local trendy mums to bring their squealing horrors to ruin what could be quite a pleasant, relaxing atmosphere.


I really want to like this cafe - Hampstead could do with more distinctive places like this. Its just way too smug and self satisfied - the coffee is ok but its served with layers of "too cool for school" attitude. Its also very expensive - and I'm comparing it to other high end independents like Monmouth when I say that. Personally i would avoid...


Outstanding coffee, small but incredibly cosy space means always busy so if you can't stand crowds go elsewhere. Soft boiled eggs & soldiers are as good as they get. In fairness to other reviews, staff turnover has meant service not as attentive as the early days but not that big of a deal - its a cafe after all!

Max Lupus

Hugely over-priced food and teeny-tiny portions. A £5 salt beef sandwich = two small thin slices of bread, a single thin slice of salt beef and two gerkin slices - it made me sad just to look at it lost on its huge white plate. The food isn't that great either, both times I have been the cakes were a bit stale. The staff are pleasant enough but more interested in chatting to each other than working; people (and dirty crockery on empty tables) sitting outside are forgotten about altogether. The location is sweet, the lap-rugs for outside tables are a nice touch, and the drinks selection is good, but nonetheless this place should be avoided - all style and little substance.


The staff were friendly and helpful but I will not be returning to Ginger & White because it is not value for money. £6 for a side dish size salad which left me hungry all afternoon- boo!