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Peyton & Byrne

Restaurants, Cafés Greenwich
4 out of 5 stars
(7user reviews)

Details

Address: 22 Greenwich Church St
London
SE10 9BJ
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Users say (7)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.4 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:3
  • 4 star:4
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:0
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tastemaker

Small cosy cafe with very tasty desserts. This is very near to cutty sark station and they have a nice selection of teas too. You will have to wait for a table as it’s usually packed but worth the wait.

Tastemaker

Very near all the must sees. Out of the station turn away from the Cutty Sark and it's just down the street. As always good coffee, excellent cakes (although a bit dried out from sitting uncovered) and nice friendly staff. My only complain was it's small with limited seating. It felt more of a communal setting than a relaxing coffee break. But worth taking away.

tastemaker

Great location for a quick coffee in Greenwich. Located near the Cutty Sark DLR station, this coffee shop has a beautiful array of baked delights and well made coffee. If you are in need of a coffee fix then head here for your caffeine and you wont be disappointed!

Tastemaker

While this may be a chain, but don't let that put you off, their range of delicious baked good and endless list of teas make it feel a little more special than your run of the mill café. Staff are friendly and helpful in recommending teas (I recommend the Venetian Rose with milk!). Just don't stare at the wall too much, you might get hypnotised!

Tastemaker

This sweet (albeit chain) cafe is right near Cutty Sark on the main street through Greenwich village. It's warm and cosy with nice seating, good drinks and a very tasty cake selection (I know, cause I've tried a few). The only thing I don't much like is the wallpaper which spins you out when you look at it for too long, it's jazzy and it's a bit like looking into a snake charmer's eyes so it makes you dizzy or feel a bit sick when you're facing the wall. Weird but true.

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