Thomas’s Cafe: The Review

Luxury Cafes are becoming a rising trend in London.We took a visit to Thomas’s Cafe in Regent Street to see if it lives up to the expectations.

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Named after the founder Thomas Burberry, it can be found connected to the flagship store in Regents street. Our insider tip is book a table in advance, a table may not be guaranteed.

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The interior was absolutely beautiful and really carried the British heritage and camel colour scheme that Burberry takes so much pride in, including  a few modern twists, like the urban light fixtures. Theres also monogrammed services available on the first floor, which was great to have that addition extra as well as a place to dine. It seems as if the ground floor had the more cafe drop in vibe, where as the first floor where we booked was  treated with more exclusivity.

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The menu offers an all day British menu including seasonal extras and afternoon tea.

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The food was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! The macaroni cheese with white truffle was divine, as was the salmon… not to mention the warm bread!

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All in all it felt extremely exclusive, the little touches of embossed cutlery linked back to the monogramming and personalization, one of the many things Burberry is renowned for.

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Bond’s rating: 5*

It’s safe to say we’re loving this trend of luxury cafes, where to next?

 

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