Daisy serves a delicious Aussie Brunch everyday 8 am to 3 pm on weekdays and 9 am to 4 pm over the weekend that includes: The Award-winning Banana Bread Sandwich, the Bondi and the sought after Shakshuka.
We also serve Bottomless Brunch from 10 am Mon-Sat and 12 am on Sunday that includes a large variety of food and neverending Mimosas or Prosecco!
Please note that we take bookings Monday - Sunday for the brunch service and will hold reserved tables for up to 15 minutes, if your whole party are not here within this time your table will be released.
Please also note that 50% of the restaurant is reserved for walk -ins, if you are unable to book please do just turn up.
This location is a Grade 2 listed building-it's gorgeous but unfortunately we only have one narrow staircase leading to our main downstairs dining room. Access for prams is possible but with no lift.
Saturday: 8am - 6pm
Sunday: 9am - 6pm
Lovely little spot for a besties get together. Great food and service with an unusual decor
We went for lunch. Food was good but actually rather than the menu, I'd have preferred the salads upstairs which weren't offered to us as we were "dining". The waitress was actually rather rude and rolled her eyes and huffed when i asked for a glass of water... which was a little uncalled for.
Love the food & a very cute venue though the seating is not very comfortable & too crowded for a very tiny space
Fine, a little patchy on service.
Really enjoyed the banana nut smoothie. Charcoal avocado toast was a bit hard to bite into and flavoring on avocado...meh. Husband liked the back-bacon egg dish. I think they’re going for an Alice in Wonderland decor theme downstairs (which is a tight space), but appears more cheap (fake flowers hanging from ceiling) than classy garden setting
A first time visit and I’ll be back. Great food delivered in an unusual style. Not somewhere for brekkie every day as it’s a little pricey but well worth visiting.
After seeing it pop up on Instagram enough times, though it was time to try brunch at Daisy Green with a friend. The shakshuka (with charcoal bread) was brilliant, and service was great (albeit a little bit slow). Really cute spot, will definitely be going back.
Had a beautiful bottomless brunch yesterday in celebration for my friends birthday.
The staff were outstanding, top form and friendly. Special thanks to Natalia for looking after us.
Such a nice brunch place, that not only serves tasty food, has excellent staffs but also attracts friendly Londoners for good conversations on the terrace.
First visit, delicious food, I was full for the day! Service a little sluggish but on the plus side, the restaurant gives you space to enjoy your meal. Good brunch spot to kickstart a day in the heart of London.
Fabulous breakfast- short stroll from our hotel which we booked room only to try local restaurants.
Great brunch spot. Nice little semi-outdoor area downstairs so not too hot on a nice sunny day. Thought the food was great, with excellent Veggie and Gluten Free options and something a little different to your average fry up. Would definitely come back again!
I booked Daisy Green for a bottomless brunch for myself and a friend who was visting from Edinburgh. It was a special occasion and we were very excited to try it out. We arrived to be told our table wasn't ready, despite it being 5 minutes after our reservation time, but took a seat in the upstairs coffee shop area. After a 5 minute wait we were shown to our table. We had decided on the bottomless brunch well ahead of time but when our waitress came to take our order were told this would not be possible as we didn't have the table for 2 hours, despite our reservation and the fact I had made a note, as requested when booking we were booking for bottomless brunch. This was very diappointing as by the time we were making our order we had been waiting for 20 minutes after our allotted time and so only had an hour and 10 minutes left. After some negotiation - the waitress offered no alternative, I had to suggest other options - they agreed we could finish our time upstairs in the coffee shop. We then proceeded to wait almost 30 minutes for our first course of granola to arrive. We were given a bottle of prosecco so had plenty of drinks but really, how can granola take this long? We reminded them of our time limit before the next course and despite this waited another 30 minutes. This resulted in us receiving our full 2 hours, despite all of the initial hassle about securing it, all because the service was absolutely shocking. At no time were we updated on when our food would arrive or given an apology. Towards the end a friendly young waiter came around and after that things sped up. Despite the fantastic food I simply couldn't recommend this establishment due to the terrible service. We were made to feel like an inconvenience despite spending almost a hundred pounds on brunch. I definitely won't be returning.
Tasty menu, friendly staff, fun decor! Perfect for brunch!!
It is a bit loud in there so can be difficult to hold an intimate conversation.
Really bad service. We weren’t offered more prosecco, had to ask each time. The staff were not attentive at all. They then quote stated “we are ready to finish our shift when you have finished” and continued to act ina rude manner till we paid for the bill.
Overall value for money wasn’t great. I have definitely been to better bottomless brunches. Would recommend for the interior but not service.
Food was good & it was a nice varied menu. The outside area looked nice & the main inside areas were pretty but we weren't keen on where we were sitting, think it might have originally been a coal bunker or cellar & it was cold.
Still going strong but service and attitude not what it used to be. The smile that used to be there is a more rare scene today, in particular weekend mornings.
I booked through Open Table but I think they forgot we were coming as there was no name on the table reservation and we were told that we would only have the table until the next reservation arrived.
They also had only set the table for 3 when we reserved for 4.
Loved Daisy Green! Banana bread sandwich was just amazing! So was the toast with poached eggs and avocado! Would 100% reccommend!
Great food, lovely team, good location
Nice little brunch spot, however the the poached eggs were hard as rock...
Ate here on two different days while abroad on vacation. It was a terrific find with amazing food and a very friendly staff.
Beautiful food in a fantastic location. The decor is amazing. Will definitely go back
Cosy cafe with great food. We had a baby with us and they were accommodating and the interior was decorated so fun. Food was very good , recommend the coconut bread French toast and the broccoli and corn fritters !
It wasnt my first time but always a great experience. Food, atmosphere service . overall it was a great lunch
Very good place, food. I would just improve the service. A bit more friendliness would make the place even better.
Love Daisy Green! I’ve been so many times with friends for brunch. Food is amazing and the bottomless brunch option is so worth it!
Loved this little gem
Amazing location and decor with very tasty food and nice servers.
Really delicious food as always. It's a great spot for taking a breather from the office with good coffee.
Friendly cafe with a lovely vibe to it and lovely menu!
Bit disappointing. Staff were not very courteous & the corn fritters were barely warm and tasted like they had been re-heated, rather than cooked fresh. The downstairs became noisy to the level that could not hear conversation from across the table.
Don’t be fooled by its chocolate box exterior, this restaurant is like going down the rabbit hole.
I had been trudging last this restaurant for many years, thinking it was just a very cute and family friendly coffee shop slap bang in the middle of central London’s Marylebone. I am gutted I have not visited sooner.
I was utterly charmed by the concept as soon as I walked in by their entire staff. They have a wonderful family energy that you can help but carried away with.
The artwork lining the walls are eye popping and ignite conversation wondrously and give this labyrinth a real story to tell.
The food is unbelievable - I genuinely could have eaten anything on the menu But I went for the bacon sandwich which was starlingly good. I can’t wait to return. They absolutely smashed it.
Normally love daisy green however both had bad stomachs after eating on this occasion. Not sure what it was as nothing out of ordinary, maybe the water had been stood too long or undercooked meathowever we won’t be coming back after this bad experience
My best friend and I ate here on my birthday, taking advantage of the bottomless brunch. It's great value with one item off the 'Something Light' menu and one off the 'Set for the Day' menu. I was also very pleased that they allowed us to have the larger savoury dishes first and the others as a sort of dessert. Either way it was too much and I had to take some home with me. Our glasses did run low a couple of times but the staff were kind and attentive. The downstairs setting is beautiful and we would definitely recommend a visit.
The location is very cute (quite girly:)) and the service was very friendly. The food looked sooo pretty and was tasty aswell.
The atmosphere was beyond. The food & vibes went perfectly together. Keep up the mood!
i ordered an orange juice at the beginig of the brunch and I have to ask 3 times to finally have it at the end of the lunch.
The was a LOT of chilli Pepper in my meal and really, really spicy.
Whatever, the granola was very good and the waitress very kind.
I've been going to Daisy Green for over a year: it has been my friend and I's favourite brunch spot... however the past two times we've gone we've noticed it hasn't been as great as previously. When we arrived we noticed that prices had gone up, rather noticeably (three quid for a side of half an avocado!)
We were then told - while we were still eating - that our table was needed as another booking was due in. When booking we were not told that there was a time limit on the table, nor when we were seated... and even if we were, the standard time limit for brunch is two hours, not the one and a half we were 'given'. Daisy Green just seems to fall short of what used to be an incredible experience.
Lovely funky place to eat. Good quality and great tasting food in generous proportions. You also can get a good coffee too!
Daisy Green is a great place to have brunch, the only annoying thing is that you can only book a table for an hour and a half, and after 70 minutes the staff will remind you (too) regularly that you have to leave in a few minutes. It is never a nice experience when you booked a table in a nice restaurant.
Otherwise great food and great quality for the price!