Oliver's Village Café

Restaurants, Tea rooms Belsize Park
  • 5 out of 5 stars
(8user reviews)
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A short skip from the boutiques of Belsize village, this cosy café does brunches, lunches and afternoon teas in a 1950s-style setting. Windows are lined with pretty flowerpots and cupcakes, the metal counter topped with a marvellous array of sponges; breakfasts range from full English to cinnamon french toast and pain au chocolat served with steaming continental coffee. There’s a daily lunch specials board listing tasty soups and dishes such as homity pie and pasta bake, as well as sandwiches, paninis and cakes if you’re after a light bite. When the sun is shining, pink-patterned tables and garden chairs offer airy seating in the pleasingly plant-filled courtyard.


Venue name: Oliver's Village Café
Address: 92 Belsize Lane
Transport: Tube: Belsize Park tube
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Average User Rating

5 / 5

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Mei L

We absolutely love the cosy family feel of Olivers. The staff are lovely and it just feels like your having home cooked food

James C

Friendly, simple, unpretentious, woth good coffee, good food, and free wifi since long before that was a common thing. What more could you want from a cafe?

chris L

Family run, friendliest cafe, good food, home baking, community meeting place.

Catrien H

We are regulars at this cafe - we love the warm, friendly atmosphere, and the food is delicious!

Nicole P

Friendly and helpful staff, great food, simple and unpretentious place to catch up with friends.

Matt and Cassy

Have been going to Oliver's most Saturdays after finding this hidden treat whilst wandering Belsize Village. Homely, welcoming, inviting, relaxed and filled with inspiring artwork by Oliver himself, even the tables are individually decorated. The food is fresh and always feels like 'exactly what I wanted', with deep bowls of stew and fluffy light cakes with pots of tea. Recommend to any Londoner to visit this cafe and feel like you're in a second home.