Grocer on King's


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Venue details

  • Address:

    Grocer on King's 184A King's Road
    SW3 5XP

  • Venue phone:

    020 7351 5544

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  • Opening hours:

    Open 8am-8pm Mon-Fri; 9am-7pm Sat; 10am-6pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Sloane Square tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £6-£7

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    1. Grocer on King's

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Amongst all the cafes in London, The Grocer is at the bottom of the list. Never in my life have I been so many times to a place, hoping that it would improve, to just experience a consistently bad and charmless service with an unwelcoming and unfriendly atmosphere. No smiles, no hellos or thank yous, and most of all, no apologies whatsoever for all that this place fails to offer. The staff don't know where they are, nor the names of the produce or what's on the menu, they don't seem have any interest in their job, the shop or their customers. No matter how clearly you have said you want toasts, or a soup, the bread will come untoasted without a knife or butter, and they will tell you that they have no more soup because the stuff rush to get rid of the soups very early so it is one less thing to serve. The coffee saucer will come swimming in coffee and the cup all spilt, and only if you complain they may clear the coffee from the saucer but will bring the same dirty cup. There are also none of the usual amenities that one would expect to find in a London cafe such as wifi and respect for the needs of the customers. If you ask for anything the answer is generally no. Please please go away from Kings's Road so the space can be taken by professional people who know what they are doing and how to please their customers. The neighbors of Chelsea and Battersea would truly appreciate this gesture.