Regency Café

I was asked to have breakfast not in the Wolseley, but in the Regency Café in Regency Street, close to Vincent Square where I used to umpire cricket matches.   It’s an astonishingly authentic greasy spoon, founded in 1946, with a waitress who barks out the orders in a voice of such startling gruffness that we couldn’t stay for long:-

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3 thoughts on “Regency Café

  1. Susie Blundell says:

    A regular haunt on Fridays for my colleagues and I when I worked at Tate 0ver 15 years ago – one could get half portions. too. Never encouraged to linger with all the shouting going on!

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