Niche

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    Matthew Burlem

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  • Niche

    Matthew Burlem

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  • Niche

    Matthew Burlem

    Niche
  • Niche

    Matthew Burlem

    Niche
  • Niche

    Matthew Burlem

    Niche
  • Niche

    Matthew Burlem

    Niche

Niche

Matthew Burlem

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  • Address:

    Niche 197-199 Rosebery Avenue
    London
    EC1R 4TJ

  • Venue phone:

    7837 5048

  • Venue website:

    www.nichefoodanddrink.com

  • Opening hours:

    7.30am-5.30pm Mon; 7.30am-9.30pm Tues-Fri; 9am-10pm Sat; 10am-5.30pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Angel

  • Price:

    Around £40 for two with drinks

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Ian Newman

Today I had my first experience of Niche. Having been recommended by a friend, I went along to Niche for lunch with my partner and a friend of ours. We were immediately struck by the modern and contemporary design of the restaurant and the light and airy feel. It was already quite busy and we were warmly welcomed and taken to our table. Looking through the menu, it was difficult to choose what to eat as the choices all sounded delicious. Carnivores and vegetarians are both well catered for. I settled for the leek and potato pie whilst my partner and our friend chose variations of the superbly named Niche Quiche. Service was prompt and friendly without being hurried or pushy. My pie was delicious and had a great homemade and hearty quality to it. The quiches also went down well with all three of us exchanging satisfying 'mmms' as we ate. The accompanying fries were presented superbly. Attention to detail and presentation has obviously been developed very well. Following this we partook of the daily cake selection. White chocolate and peanut blondie and honey and lavender cake. Both of these were extremely delicious and we could have each chosen more from the other cakes that were available. We all really enjoyed our first Niche experience and will definitely be back. Prices are very reasonable and service was excellent. My only gripe is that I live too far away, otherwise I,d be popping in for cake everyday!

Billy S

Popped along to Niche last Sunday and was very impressed with it. It's not a bakery in the traditional sense as the deco is modern and bright, and the staff take orders on an iPod or iPad. I had a handmade Scotch egg followed by a Niche Quiche and both were really tasty. Coffee was great as was the gooey sticky Chocolate Cake for afters! The great thing is the location - it's close enough to Angel Station yet a away from the hustle and bustle there. They've also started doing a brunch which I haven't had yet. Definitely worth a visit!