I visited Dalloway Terrace for breakfast it is an outdoor terrace that is in the Bloomsbury Hotel. It is the perfect place to visit during the summer time. The decor is beautiful with marble tables and blossom trees.
It even has blankets if you want to be cosy. It is very aesthetically pleasing that’s for sure! It was not busy during my visit which I was surprised about because it was fully booked for months ! I would recommend walking in if you’re around the area, it is perfect for lunch after shopping in Oxford Street (10 min walk away). There is building work going on at the moment, there were builders drilling directly behind me in the next room. I would have preferred some relaxing music at 10am!
Now, the important part, FOOOOD! I really enjoyed my food so did my friends, I think the place is reasonably priced for the quality of the food. I did not expect it to be so cheap considering the location and the quality of the food. I had french toast with maple syrup, I loved it. The only downside is they don’t have an option for a vegetarian full English breakfast. There are however, other options for vegetarians although the menu is limited! My friends had avocado on sourdough which they loved too ! The tea and lattes were great too, even the cups are pretty !
The staff are all very lovely and welcoming.The service was also great, the lady that served us was so sweet ! Also another one of them took several cute group photos of us (cannot complain). The restrooms are clean and well kept, with aromatherapy lotions too that smell great, even the tissues are arranged so nicely (weird point but if you visit you will notice they are star shaped!) They also have a lounging area that is part of the hotel, the big yellow sofas are so comfy if you have heels on !
Dress – Pull & Bear
Choker: Dorothy Perkins