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Customer reviews for Food For Thought, Covent Garden

Food For Thought

31 Neal St, London

4 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
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5 out of 5
Cat
Sunday, March 23, 2008


Food RatingLoved the food! Service RatingLoved the service! Ambience RatingLoved the ambience!

I always head here when I visit London, great organic vegi and vegan food, the puddings always look fab but sadly amd always too full after a fine serving of fab food. Love the layout, cosy and always full. I have never had chance to sit on the low table with cushion's for seating as yet..mabe next time.


Wish they had a web site with recipies on,


Vegi Heaven on Earth





4 out of 5
Elizabeth G. Hughes
Saturday, August 20, 2005


Food RatingLoved the food! Service RatingThe service was okay Ambience RatingLiked the ambience

Delicious, reasonably priced food. I found myself wanting to organize precious days in london around lunch hours at Food For Thought! The scrunch is to die for. Definitely the best buy on good food I found in london. I just wish I had taken time to queue again for the cookbook, after I forgot to buy it when I did get my turn to order food. I also wish there was a way to order the cookbook on line.
4 out of 5
Lauren Penney
Saturday, August 17, 2002


Food RatingLoved the food! Service RatingThe service was okay Ambience RatingThe ambience was okay

The food was absolutely spectacular here! With a daily menu posted out front and inside, you can eat here everyday and not get tired of it. Look for the daily special for a great variety of interesting dishes. You can also get several cheap dishes that taste just as wonderful, but not for the great value of the special. Before leaving London you must partake in either (or both!) their scrunches or scones - divine! Like other restaurants, the help staff is not all that friendly, which isn't helped by the cramped nature of the dining. You order dine-in food downstairs at the bottom of a narrow staircase and take-aways upstairs. The stairs can get very crowded, so be prepared to order when you get to the counter or face the consequences (annoyed help staff and customers!). The tables are small and rustic and often shared. Though cramped and busy, the aura is amazingly warm and friendly. This is a definite can't miss - my number one highlight of London!!!