Hidden in the small street next to Westminster this friendly tasty restaurant the food is exactly what you need for the morning and the taste is. So good
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Been coming here for years. Fast moving queue, acres of tasty cafe fare, nice coffee... One of a diminishing number of old style cafés in London where you can eat well for not a lot. Why people still frequent the ghastly sandwich chains is beyond...More
My friends and I found Pickles and decided to try its full breakfast (sausages, egg, bacon, tomato, toast, possibly beans (can't remember) and a choice of tea or coffee). It was great, the kind of delicious and filling comfort food we were hoping to find....More
With the centre of London domination by huge multinationals churning out consistent but very bland offerings it was great to find Pickles. A straight forward and simple family run cafe, good quality and great value given it's location, the staff were friendly and polite and...More
Apple Maps showed this place, so we wandered over to check it out. We were at the end of the lunch rush so some stuff was out. It was a pretty good sandwich, very large. Good price too.
Good value sandwiches etc but beware, when they offer you the brown or white rolls,(at the very front of the counter) that proves to be £1extra! All the menu is priced for basic bread which is very misleading.
So pleased to find this place just down a little side street in Westminster. Starving after the nearby Churchill War Rooms museum, it was great to find cheap eats for the family. Had egg and bacon roll, which was very big and very tasty! Breakfasts...More