REVIEW: 106 BAKER STREET

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Baker St is a brand, spanking new café located on…wait for it…Baker Street.

The menu is shaken up every few days offering a variety of fresh salads and sandwiches as well as hot foods too. We tucked in to gratinated salmon and giant cheesy stuffed peppers accompanied by grain, pearl barley and quinoa salads. At £7.50 for 1 main and three sides, you can’t argue!

This healthy grub was naturally followed by a little naughtiness, a slice of the moistest, sweetest (gluten free) carrot cake we’ve ever tasted… washed down with a chai latte.

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The modern café is spacious and airy with a quaint, wooden decked smoking area out the back to relax with a coffee. All food is freshly prepared on the day and all cakes, muffins and breads are made in house – HOORAH. A great place to natter with friends over lunch and a coffee, we’ll defo go back.

106 Baker St, London, W1U 6TW
www.106bakerst.co.uk