Caffe Paradiso - Bloomsbury

Caffe Paradiso - Bloomsbury


0.5 miles
28 Store Street, Bloomsbury, WC1E 7BS
For a slice of Sicilian café culture in the capital, look no further than Caffè Paradiso. With its two modern branches, one near the Design Museum in Bloomsbury and the other close to Tower Bridge in Southwark, Londoners can't get enough of the unique atmosphere and fantastic Mediterranean cuisine made using authentic tried-and-tested recipes from Italy.

Caffè Paradiso is a calm oasis where you can sit back and relax in comfort while you enjoy a drink, snack or something more substantial. Grab a fantastic cup of coffee (it's some of the best around), treat yourself to a delicate pastry or savour a slice of cake. There's an all-day breakfast menu, too, ranging from apricot croissants to poached eggs on toasted casareccio bread with bacon and Hollandaise sauce. Crisp-fried arancini (billed as a 'Sicilian weakness'), colourful salads, creamy burrata, toasted ciabattas, penne salmon and oven-baked lasagne are a mere sample of the delicious dinners on offer. Italian favourites of tiramisu and panna cotta feature among the desserts, but the extremely moreish gelato really steals the show; made by Sicilian chefs in the kitchen of sister restaurant Olivelli, it is absolutely first-rate.

Be sure to take something home with you from the delicious deli - perhaps some extra-virgin cold-pressed olive oil or some sundried tomatoes will take your fancy. The staff are welcoming and the food is delicious; you can even get your hands on a Peach Bellini - what more could you possibly want
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