A little corner café, bar and deli with ample seating (including some on the path outside) and shelves of nicknacks.
|Venue name:||Love Walk Café||Contact:|
81 Denmark Hill
|Transport:||Denmark Hill Overground|
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Average User Rating
4.5 / 5
- 5 star:9
- 4 star:4
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:1
- 1 star:0
Funny, accommodating staff. Always a friendly face. Breakfast here is always a treat and the plates are huge! Fabulous Cake and coffee too! What more could you ask for? (Rhetorical. Shush)
Lovely place and nice staff. We use to go at weekends with our little one and she loves it too. Delicious breakfast, lovely smoothies and an amazing Victoria sponge!
One of my favourite all time cafes. Quirky decor, amazing breakfasts, great coffee... what more could you want?
Quite simply the best cafe in all of London. Cosy and friendly with fantastic food and the best rocky road you've ever tasted. Funky and welcoming decor, papers to browse and a pleasant outdoor seating area to watch the good people of Camberwell go about their daily business. Situated in the quaint and secretive Love Walk, its a real gem.
I really like this place. In an area with surprisingly few good breakfast spots, this is a (not that) hidden gem. The service can sometimes be a little slow but what arrives on the plate is always worth it. Expect a mix of prams, top knots and bleary-eyed art students.
Good place to drop by for a quick breakfast. I visited the place three mornings. The place has a good selection of juices and other beverages. They do excellent coffee in the area...
Also nice atmosphere and friendly staff.
Love the place.....
Maybe I'm really unlucky but I don't get this place, and I certainly don't get why people rave about it.
I love the decor, I want to love the atmosphere but struggle with the staff, the food is nothing more than what you get in an average greasy spoon caf, at almost twice the price. It's certainly not worth 5 stars, or even 3.
The biggest problem here are that the staff always huff and puff if you ask for anything slightly not exactly as on the menu (for example having a sandwich on a different type of bread from what's on the menu, or having a smoothie served in a glass rather than a plastic cup). In fairness to the staff, I think this has more to do with how the management treat their staff. They always preface any questions with, "I'll have to ask the manager". I only get my way when I insist.
And the coffee. Well each to their own I suppose, but I didn't think it was any better or worse than other cafes in the area.
I don't want to be completely negative. It's near King's College Hospital, looks nice enough, and is a welcome addition to the area, but don't go there expecting to be wowed!