Image copyright Phil Coomes Image caption Sheilla Addy-Tely and her son Ethan visit the cafe three times a week It’s a normal morning at a busy north-east London cafe. Cutlery clinks as people eat and chatter with those on neighbouring tables and children shout greetings as friends from school come through the door. But Eggs…

Angela Hartnett has already got two Cafe Murano restaurants (the more relaxed spin-offs from her Michelin-starred Murano), one in St James’s and one in Covent Garden, and now she’s planning to go south of the river for CM number three, opening up in Bermondsey. She’s still waiting on permission to come through but she intends…

Love food? Join our new Facebook Group, Foodie Finds, to discuss all things edible in London. DIY duck leg bao: Romulo Cafe in Kensington. This is the first Romulo Cafe to shore up in London, with three already in Manila. Cosy interior, family run, adorned with photos of the grandfather it’s named for: the…

Londonist Staff Ace Cafe In Wembley Is A True Biker’s Paradise Motorcyclists, petrol-heads, truckers and rock’n’rollers will find much to love at north London’s Ace Cafe. Originally designed as a strategic pit-stop next to the North Circular Road, this little local soon attracted a loyal clientele. Since its opening in 1938, Ace Cafe has survived…

Lydia Manch Farzi Cafe: Showy But Seductive Indian-With-A-Twist Farzi Cafe 4 We’re expecting something big and brash from Farzi Cafe, the first London tentacle for the Massive Restaurants group. In Urdu ‘farzi’ means something falsified, faked. Something convincing at surface level only. And this spot has put a hell of a lot of effort into…