For an authentic Italian cappuccino and a cannoli on the side, look no further than South Ealing’s “Little Italy”, AKA Caffé Milano.
No self-respecting station is complete without its own tiny cafe. Bica coffee serves up a perfectly curated selection of coffees, juices and grab-and-run snacks.
Bica Cafe is located in the entrance to South Ealing Station.
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We always recieve a friendly welcome in this well established cafe next to South Ealing Station. Serving crepes, full English breakfasts, Mediterranean breakfasts, omelettes, baked potatoes, soup and sandwiches and so much more. It’s a great value place to stop off and recharge.
80 South Ealing Road,
Ealing, W5 4QB
We were eager to visit new restaurant, Steak on the Green (Haven Green to be precise) and weren’t disappointed.
Quoting from their website they “only source the very finest single farm reared beef from around the UK”. The steak was excellent and the menu also included a wide selection of fish, delicious side dishes and a tasty veggie option too. Plus a good selection of wines and cocktails on the drinks menu. Desserts didn’t disappoint either! A great new addition to Ealing’s restaurant scene.
On Route is a fabulous addition to South Ealing Road. It’s a local wellbeing centre and cafe open to all. Offering a wide range of therapies and activities designed to support your mental, physical and social wellbeing.
Hosting everything from counselling, body therapies (there’s a yoga studio out the back) and activities like drama, gardening, singing classes, mindfulness, art exhibitions, talks and workshops to name but a few. Pop in for a coffee and chat to find out more, or take a look at their website to see what’s on offer and sign up to the newsletter.
“The coffee shop for coffee shops”.
The shop section sells a wide selection of coffees, professional barista tools and equipment. While the espresso bar offers excellent coffee (obviously), pastries & snacks with spacious seating areas.