L'Eto Caffè

Restaurants , Italian Soho
  • 4 out of 5 stars
(5 user reviews)
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One of six London branches, this Wardour Street caffè brings bites with an Italian bent to Soho. Food here is predominantly priced by weight, with diners invited to help themselves from the counter. Starters include options such as grilled broccolini with chilli and garlic, and baby spinach and goat cheese salad with dried cranberries and nuts. Mains include chicken fricadelle with mushrooms, a mixed vegetable quiche and sweet ginger chilli beef.

Many of the patisserie are on prominent display, with tarts, meringues, pastries, classic desserts and other baked goods visible to passersby on Wardour Street. Twelve coffees feature on the coffee menu, including a honey and hazelnut latte that comes topped with nuts. The tea list is 16-strong, with hot herbal options alongside ice teas and fruit versions. There is the option to create your own juice, too.

Venue name: L'Eto Caffè
Address: 155 Wardour Street
Opening hours: Open 8am-11pm Mon-Sat; 9am-10pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Tottenham Court Road tube
Price: Cakes for two with drinks: around £15.
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3.6 / 5

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Chloe D

Went to L'Eto for Saturday brunch and found it to be pleasant but very overpriced. I had the Nutella crepes which were delicious but far from worth the £8.90 I paid. The two crepes were decorated with a meager 6 berries and a thin line of Nutella in a smiley face- cute but insubstantial. Overall I'd say give L'Eto a go for it's cakes (shown in the photo)  but not for its sit down menu. 

Rellie Loves

My newest find in London. Tucked away next to Hummingbird Bakery on Wardour Street, L’Eto Caffe is a chocolate box Italian café. With a window display of beautiful patisserie there’s no excuse not to go inside! It’s small but perfectly formed and you order at the till point before sitting. It’s a busy little place but has a nice atmosphere about it. From a selection of pastries, fondants, cakes and tarts, I tried the carrot cake which was moist and packed full of fruit and nuts. Friends also tried the caramel slice and almond and lemon sponge. For drinks we had the signature hazelnut and honey latte and a classic hot chocolate which were both decadent. It’s pricey here (around £8 for a cake and drink) but it’s one of those places you visit for a treat, or stumble upon on weekend trip in the city after a long day shopping. This all-day eatery is open until 9pm/11pm all week which is a bonus!

Chesca R

My Mum always says 'worth the calories' when she comes across particularly good cake and the cakes in this place are worth every last calorie. The shop window looks like the end result of a marvellous great British bake off challenge The individual cakes are so beautiful crafted and full of flavour it is very hard to choose just one. The cupcakes and muffins are god but slightly on the pricey side. They have a good savoury selection too but I have only ever been here to eat cake. It is the sort of place that is good for a treat, to take friends who are having relationship dramas, or for taking a buddy out for a birthday tea. 

Hind B

Do not go to L'eto Caffe Brompton Road branch, thieves are around you, The Manager is sitting downstair and don't give a shit about it.

"Be careful"  I saw several cases happened. 


Cakes are AMAZING! BETTER than Princi! HOney cake and Napoleon cake mmmmmmmm