Daisy Green Collection
Address: 220 Seymour St, Marylebone,
London, W1H 7HX
Tel: 020 7723 3301
Nearest Station: Marble Arch (Underground)
A couple of weeks back, I went to Daisy Green, based in Central London. It was located near Marble Arch to try out a cool Australian cafe right on the corner of Seymour street for a quick morning brunch. Being the food blogger that I am, I had a list of places I wanted to visit and this branch is just one of their 6 collections, Daisy Green is known for their delicious looking Shakshouka. It’s a small but perfect spot to hang out with their unique interiors.
Looking through their menu searching for what I wanted. As there were many choices I had in mind whilst looking through them.
Food at Daisy Collection
The Shakshouka with baked free-range eggs, sliced tomatoes & charcoal bread was a must to order from their menu. After seeing this dish all over Insta. I opted for this dish, which you are provided with an organic cold fermented activated Charcoal bread. I tell you what, you won’t be disappointed, that’s for sure the warmly spiced tomato with baked eggs on a cold day was simply fine. Not too spicy or bland. Also had Matcha along with Shakshouka but that turned out disappointing.
The one thing I truly loved about this place. That was the underground interior decorated downstairs with lots of quirky wall art. The service here is pretty rapid, you tend to have your food ready in good time and the staff are really friendly too.
Although, I was not a fan of the light setting here as it was too dark, that may have been due to arriving too early. If I did arrive later during the day think they would of opened the quirky place for lunches. I suppose that can be for next time, where there was more light in the funky art decorated area.
However, at that time I did go unfortunately, it was closed until midday and I was pretty much finished with my food. Although, I asked one of the staff members if I could go in and take some images. She told me more than happy for me to do so. Therefore, I managed to capture some of the interiors below as much as I could.
My bill came up to be £14.50 altogether. This sounds like the price you can pretty much get around in London, especially in this area. Seeing as this is in Central London and prices are bound to be a bit high/pricey.
Overall rating: 6.8 out of 10 and my thoughts after seeing this cafe throughout Instagram and whether it’s Insta worthy, I probably say yes but during the afternoon. I felt it would be a great spot to catch with friends I would recommend visiting this place if you’re looking for a casual hangout with a few friends or either coming for a business meeting.