Vingt Quatre has not only cornered the after-hours market, but is equally busy throughout the day. Recent refurbishment has turned what used to be a ... More
Vingt Quatre has not only cornered the after-hours market, but is equally busy throughout the day. Recent refurbishment has turned what used to be a technicoloured bar into a sophisticated restaurant, decorated in soothing pastel shades. The management is friendly and the customers are mainly locals intermingling with the odd tourist. In summer, the two tables outside on the pavement are in hot demand. Well-cooked, wholesome food is provided. As long as you don't expect a gourmet meal, you will not be disappointed. Breakfast in all shapes and forms is served all day.
The food is horrible and expensive. The croque monsieur is the worst cheese and ham toastie I've ever had. It was stodgy and full of cheap processed cheese and thin watery ham with a serving of rocket on the side that was clearly a few days old.
When I complained to the waitress, she completely ignored me. When the manager finally came over, he had an attitude of if you don't like it then you can leave. A really arrogant and ignorant individual.
The place is over priced and then they have the cheek to put both a cover charge and a service charge onto your bill.
A place well worth avoiding.
This lovely, hip little restaurant has all that was promised to me. Delicious Breakfast with selections similar to U.S. offerings...and also a traditional English Breakfast if you'd like. The omelettes are fantastic! Another in my group had pancakes, the silver dollar size. Healthy yogurt and granola were wonderful choices. Delicious coffee. This 24 hour spot is home to Sloane Rangers stopping in after late night partying; creative explorers of Londoners and families searching for a good meal. The sleek, modern decor is attractive, but the main drawback is that the restaurant is long and narrow. Don't plan on having any confidential tete a tetes here. One I'll return to for breakfast or brunch.