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Quaker Centre Cafe

Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ   (View on map)

Tiffin and tea in the Quaker Centre Cafe

I was meeting a friend near Euston Station and got to Euston too early, so went off in search of tea. I spotted Friends House and a sign saying ‘All welcome’ so I went in. It was a warm friendly cafe with natural wood fittings and a bookshop next to it. It felt peaceful and relaxed.

There was a choice of teas and coffees and a variety of cakes, biscuits, traybakes, sandwiches etc. Also a soup meal deal I think. I had an excellent tea break after the hustle and bustle of the tube.

When I met SW and told her where I’d been she said that she goes there a lot, and that they have a restaurant as well as the cafe that does very good main meals. I’ll definitely try going to the cafe again next time I’m around this area of London.

Teapot? No.
Leaf tea? No, but it was all Clipper and mostly fairtrade.
Milk jug? Yes, big one you helped yourself to.
Price? The seriously bargin price of £1 for a mug of tea. £1! Tiffin was £1.30.
Cake? Yes and traybakes, muffins, biscuits, sandwiches, soup.
Go again? Yes.