It should be renamed the the "Not so magic cafe" Awful service, cold toasties and long delays and no apology whatsoever. This cafe is the reason why Starbucks, Costa etc are popular and busy.
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Finally the smaller independent coffee houses are getting that we want almond milk as well as a soya alternative! Musetti coffee is always good and this place did not fail to impress me
I popped in to the Magic Cafe a few months ago and was really impressed with the friendly and quick service. My waitress Gabrielle was charming and helped me order snacks despite my food intolerance's. A lovely little cafe to watch the world go by...More
A nice change from the typical fulham brunch culture. This independent cafe is decorated in a rustic french style and serves homemade cakes, coffees and nibbles. It has no pretences and the red velvet cake is particularly good! Great value for money too.
The food was amazing. The service a wide menu: ranging from croissants, cakes and scones to cooked food eg full English breakfast, scrambled egg on toast etc. Great value for money. Awesome coffee, too. The staff were extremely friendly and efficient when I visited, and...More
Didnt like the place- low quality products for more than average price. Place is not cosy , cold and dirty. Stuff is not wellcoming.
I live 100m from the Magic Cafe but this was only my second visit in all the time it's been open, and I'm not sure I'll be rushing back. Staff pleasant but no real engagement and my 'drink in' macchiato was served in a cold...More
This is only the second time I've been here for lunch with my dad who is not terribly mobile. We were greeted by 'lovely to see you again' - how nice is that? The food was really fresh, my baguette was freshly made and delicious...More