We ordered 2 breakfast sets, one with baked beans, one with grilled tomatoes. Baked beans are much better than American ones. Their bacon is really good. The sausage was a bit too mild for my taste. The toast tastes like bread: not sweet at all. Nothing is special about their coffee, just goes well with the breakfast. The price is really good. You cannot sit before ordering. There was a long line, but seems like by the time you order, you can easily find seats.
An experience in dining like no other. The cafe was extremely busy when we arrived, staff handled the rush with efficiency and a sense of humour. The lady at the till has an amazingly loud voice which bellows out when your order is ready for collection. Large portions and good quality food is the obvious reason for the amount of people using the cafe. The Regency Cafe will definitely be getting my custom again.
A place you simply must go! Delicious English breakfast. Price couldn’t be better. Just be prepared when you come in to order first before sitting down, grab your toast and tea/coffee right away, and listen for your food. Don’t be scared by a line...it moves fast.
We had an authentic English breakfast here and couldn't be happier by the experience, topped off by the old diner vibe, and the shouting lady at the front (I believe her name is Claudia) who calls out the orders ready. She also accommodated my friend's allergies with such respect and consideration. Highly recommended if you're looking to try the classic breakfast. It's very reasonably priced too.
Be aware it's cash only however and no washrooms. Though I read there are public washrooms nearby.
Still amazing as usual - last visit I didn’t see the famous owner, “Marco the voice”, but there was another person with a very powerful voice shouting the orders and keeping everything under control. It’s not only a great English breakfast, but also became an attraction of course, for good reason. I was happy to see that, in spite of the much longer lines that it has all the time nowadays, locals like construction workers still go and endure us tourists. Worth the long tube ride, I promise. From there, walking back to the center is great, as you can go though the Westminster Park and Abbey, then St. James and maybe Buckingham Palace and so on. A must in every trip I make to London.