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Daisy Green

Restaurants Marylebone
5 out of 5 stars
(65user reviews)
Daisy Green, 2016

Time Out says

An Australian inspired cafe behind Oxford Street that's been decked out by UK street artist Shuby in an 'Alice in Wonderland' theme.

Daisy Green says
We are a charming Grade II-listed premises just behind Oxford Street, serving Aussie brunch daily, plus healthy lunch and sweet treats from our kitchen table counter alongside Aussie coffee, fresh juices and smoothies. Our downstairs 'secret garden' and outdoor vaults are perfect for private parties



Address: 20 Seymour St
Transport: Tube: Marble Arch
Price: £25 and under
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5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.9 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:58
  • 4 star:7
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:0
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My friends would describe me as somewhat of a magpie as I love anything quirky, sparkly or colourful.  Daisy Green Collective covers all three of these traits with their gorgeous interiors filled with cactus prints, multi-coloured flowers hanging from the ceiling and a strange but loveable massive bunny face on the wall. 

A short walk from Oxford street, when you walk in don’t be put off by the laid back upstairs area with limited seating as downstairs is where it’s at.  I had booked ahead for a table for two as it’s a small but decent sized area, although you are close enough to other tables to spy on their food and hear all about their Mother’s birthday last week.  I like the idea of the menu being split into cold and hot as I noticed many people opted for a cold to share and one hot each.  The banana bread had rave reviews but sadly we weren’t hungry enough to tackle it (the table beside us gave it a thumbs up) but will definitely return to sample it.  I would highly recommend the broccoli and courgette fritters with poached egg.  Stacked 3 on top of each other I was full up after…the glass of prosecco might have fuelled that too.

They offer a bottomless brunch, but upon looking up the prices of the individual plates it didn’t seem very good value unless you were planning a big one!

I’d recommend this place for a girly catch up after shopping, lunch with your mum or for a Saturday treat in the heart of the city.

Lovely little cafè on Seymour Street, with a series of pretty rooms in the basement. Great for a casual meal with friends.

Whilst my brunch fry-up was pretty basic, there are some more interesting options on the menu including coconut French toast, which my friend loved.

It is a tad expensive and service does get slow when they're busy, but I'd happily make a return visit.

This is always my go-to spot when I'm around Bond Street. Amazing food, fab decor, friendly staff, and the bottomless brunch deal is one of the best in London!

This is always my go-to spot when I'm around Bond Street. Amazing food, fab decor, friendly staff, and the bottomless brunch deal is one of the best in London!

This is such a cute, quirky café. Their food is delicious and unusual, and they allow craft groups to use the back room for meetups. Love this place!

A fantastic little place, Daisy Green has friendly staff, fantastic fresh food and great coffee. A wonderful find in a city saturated with cafe/restaurants!

This restaurant is great! The food is delicious, we didn't wait too long before getting our order, the staff is really efficient and lovely. When you read the menu, you want to try everything!

Always make amazing coffee, great atmosphere, the banana bread is amazing, and the staff are an eclectic and entertaining bunch. It's busy in the morning for good reason, but well worth a short wait!

A lovely Aussie-style café just behind Marble Arch with a very uplifting interior design! The bright colours on the white walls work well together with the furnishing and props. It has such a summer-y vibe, which is perfect for the upcoming season! My friend and I were treated to great service; our waitress was very friendly and accommodating. However, the food did take quite a while to arrive after we ordered and we both had the granola (considered a 'cold' main dish on the menu). The granola was presented beautifully, it was aesthetically pleasing to look at with the contrast between the bright colours from the berries against the white plate and yogurt and topped with the golden browns from the granola and coconut. It also tasted amazing, not too heavy as some granola can be and felt refreshing with the combination of fresh fruit, fruit compote and honey. Definitely a café I would come back to, their lunch items looked equally delicious! 


We just popped in here for a coffee but the food blew us away! We tried the avacado and egg wraps! Lovely! And the banana bread sandwich!! Wow!! We plan to come back for the bottomless brunch!!


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Newest review from Nov 2017:

I’m also dinking a star because when we first entered this AM, no huge greetings from the staff. Admittingly they were busy but a simple “we’ll be right with you” would’ve been better than standing there awkwardly waiting to be acknowledged. I can’t get over how rude staff in the UK is! Anyway we finally proceeded downstairs to sit at our reserved table.

The decor downstairs is IG-worthy and the menu is very interesting in terms of brunch fare: broccoli and corn fritters for example. The server was also amenable to slight alterations which was appreciated (like scrambled instead of poached egg).

Service was somewhat haphazard with having to ask for more water and coffee rather than anyone check on us.

The brunch is plated beautifully. I got the aforementioned fritters with the charcoal bread whilst my husband and another companion got the Bondi. My friend got the smoked salmon. Mine was the most expensive at £12 and sadly, the least tasteful of all four dishes it seemed. The fritters were so bland although the portion was quite large (2 oversized round fritters that were soft and thankfully not crispy). The red pesto on the side added some punch but not enough to save the dish. I also found the charcoal bread chewy but tasteless. My husband loved the Bondi dish meanwhile and my friend also raves about the salmon.

On the plus side, the peanut butter ball I got for takeaway was DELICIOUS!

Having been here before, not sure I would return except for the banana bread on the menu. It’s FANTASTIC.

From Dec 2015:

A really great experience here today. I ordered a whole swell of things for takeaway: the spinach,cheddar and egg wrap, the broccoli bread, the vegan nut smoothie (banana, cashews, vanilla, sea salt, chia seeds, almond milk & agave) and the toasted banana bread. The wrap was great: wonderful savoury flavours. Both breads are a bit dry with the banana bread, even coated with honey, being nothing more than fine. The smoothie was fantastic- all the flavours work really well together. But to make it all great, the woman behind the till was super friendly. I would DEFO return for brunch! The prices aren't bad at all, to top it off.

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