Great little Irish cafe. The "build your own" breakfast for £7 was amazing. Way better ingredients and quality than you'd normally get for this price. All with a perfect cup of tea which was constantly topped up. Well worth a trip for breakfast.
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I've been going to Maggie's for years. The all you can eat breakfast is a magnificent. The only problem with ordering it is you miss out on the rest of the menu.
Living locally, Maggie's is a place we have been to a number of times. Recently paid a visit with family who were visiting and we all took the big breakfast option- choose as many things as you wish. We were not disappointed! The bottomless tea...More
Recommended by a friend who's visited many times. It was a family celebration and the place came up trumps. Friendly staff who moved tables around to seat our group of 7 together. Offered tea/coffee while we were waiting for everyone - and staff checked often...More
This cafe is not a greasy spoon. The breakfasts were generous and of good quality. The tea and coffee was unlimited. The staff were kind, efficient and cheery, just right for mornings. The meal was well priced. I would come back.
C'mon, it's not that difficult to cook eggs, is it? I ordered soft eggs - y'know, proper eggs that look opaque but are runny inside when you cut them. I got something like burnt rubber balls covered in grease with solid pale yellow centres. Totally...More
stopped by on an impulse and did not regret it. Large, hearty breakfast with a pint of choc0late milkshare for just under £9! The coffee was very disappointing to be honest but the rest of it was extremely nice, particularly the veg sausage. Will be...More
I go to Maggie's a lot the range is excellent for both Breakfast & Lunch. A really really good traditional London Cafe. Particularly good is the way it has updated itself serving both great "Italian style expresso coffee" and the more traditional "English Instant". The...More
A coffee call brought me there and I had one of the warmest and funniest experiences ever. I wasn't planning to eat but my boss told me that is a old famous Irish restaurant. I met the owner Maggie. Lovely cheerful lady. Very welcoming place....More