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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
The interior was no where near as nice as Scarlett green - the vibe was totally different to what I expected. Food was delicious though
Slow service but great menu. Seating cramped. Good location.
Tasty brunch. But sitting in a basement so not ideal. Would still recommend.
Absolutely loved the variety of dishes and decor of the venue. Th location was quaint
We sat downstairs in the basement area but it smelt of mould and damp. You could see they had an issue.
My favourite place near Marble Arch for coffee and brunch!
Always love it! Bread is a bit hard to cut tho
2 of us went on Saturday afternoon for the Bottomless brunch. There was a great choice on the menu and our food was amazing. The staff were also really great, not rushing us and left the bottle of prosecco on the table and replaced it quickly when it was finished, compared to in some other places where you have to get the staff's attention to refill your glass. The only bad thing was that we were sat downstairs which is quite cosy but happened to be beside some very noisy tables (not sure if it was just these guests or the general acoustics), so I probably wouldn't recommend for a quiet meal, however I would love to go back with a larger group of friends as they all seemed to be having a great time.
All good except rushed service- booked for brunch but was told had to give the table back after 1.5 hours, so we abandoned the bottomless brunch. Apparently we had to specify on our booking that we wanted to add this, although it doesn’t say that anywhere. Might be something worth logging for anyone who wishes to book this!
Friendly helpful staff. Service very good. Tasty brunch. Bit of a tight squeeze downstairs but the atmosphere made up for it. Would recommend and definitely go back.
It was so hard to decide what to have! Their menu is amazing and all the food looked really good with decent portion sizes. I went for the French toast and did not regret it. It was quite noisy downstairs but the room was beautifully decorated and the atmosphere was great.
The food was the best thing about this experience, the place is Soo small, the service in the restaurant wasn't great
I travelled almost 2h to get to there and because I arrived 20min late I lost my table. We were than sat squeezed by the wall / window. I order prosecco and brunch just to find out after 10min that it was too early and they couldnt sell prosecco so I had to be reimbursed. They brought my food but not the drink as I had told I wanted to prosecco first (I dont understand why after finding out prosecco couldnt be served they didnt prepare the coffees..). The food was good but the overall experience not at all.
Having eaten at sister restaurants Timmy Green (a couple of times) and Beany Green (frequently), I expected a lot more for Sunday brunch. The food was a huge let down. I ordered the Bondi. Food unceremoniously piled high on the plate, missing the avocado and bacon overcooked and so tough that it was impossible to cut with a knife. For a quick coffee with friends, Daisy Green is fine. For brunch? Go somewhere else.
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!
Took a long time to get served!
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.