This part of walthamstow . Away from The Village has been crying out for a decent cafe/restaurant for quite sometime. Finally one has arrived. With food all freshly made on the premises. Apart from delicious Movenpick Ice cream!
The interior is bright and fresh looking with lamps hanging down above each table. You can choose to sit by the large bright glass window or further into the cafe where the light is more subdued..Really well planned with comfy seating and benches and cusions
I enjoyed a lovely cup of excellent hot chocolate and yummy carrot cake. The staff were really pleasant and welcoming. The owner is very approachable and willing to listen to customers suggestions:) I will definitely be going again:) Si
Its Nov and Le Delice is quietly establishing itself as the place to eat in WalthamstowThe staff are lovely and welcoming and steered effortlessly by the owner..Who is hands on too..I love it there and the hot choc is to die for!
Fantastic cafe that has taken over the large corner plot on hoe Stree/Jewel Road that used to be Copycats.
The owner and staff are extremely friendly and relaxed, which makes it a great place to meet with a group of friends coming and going at different times.
Their freshly made sandwiches are great - and try having them in their homemade pancake/wraps rather than bread - these are especially yummy.
They have a complete freezer full of Movenpick ice creams, make 'candy' milkshakes (Mars Bar milkshake anyone?) and their cakes are extremely scrummy.
oh yes - and they make a bloomin' good cup of coffee!
Incredibly friendly cafe in bright, airy setting on corner on Hoe Street. For what seemed like years, the front was shrouded in paper - and opening it seemed to take forever. But, it was worth the wait.
Incredibly friendly staff, really good baguettes and paninis, lovely salads and great value main specials. The ice creams are excellent too - as are the hot chocolates.
The only downside - the cakes are a tiny bit sugary and bland IMHO (they look fantastic) - meaning that on coffee and cake Le Delice is slightly edged out by L'Hirondelle just down the road. But on ambience, atmosphere and main food - Le Delice is putting the awesome in #awesomestow (ahem). And frankly, between The Rose & Crown, here, L'Hirondelle, the farmers' market etc. then it's clear that this bit of Walthamstow is finally blooming.
Great little cafe which has just opened up on Hoe Street, surprisingly spacious inside and a good selection of freshly made sandwiches, cakes, crepes and an ice cream counter.
LeDelice sells North African-style food, in an informal and friendly atmosphere.
I popped in for a quiet Sunday afternoon lunch (a non-Sunday lunch lunch!). I had the special - Halloumi with grilled vegetables. It cost £4.50 and came with Moroccan tea.
The food was absolutely delicious. Very fresh, tasty and well prepared - possibly the best value food I have had in London for years. Tea was a nice touch and made with fresh mint in a traditional copper tea pot. Lovely.
The only slight negative is that the ordering and paying (at the counter) is slightly confusing. (Hint: put up a sign!) But, apart from that the service was very warm and friendly.
The first time I went to the Delice, not long after it had opened, I was treated to a delicious tagine, service was warm and welcoming, the place was fairly quiet. Today, Sunday morning, I went to Delice with a friend. It was busy, and the staff looked pretty stressed out. The guy who appeared to be managing was curt and unfriendly, charging more for the dish than was advertised on the menu board and then flatly stating, oh, that's not if you're eating in. We'd both ordered the falafel a light snack what seemed like a bargain at £4.00 and took the only available table, where we sat waiting for the previous diners' food to be cleared for about ten minutes. The food arrived. Two small discs of falafel that'd been halved, a scattering of a rather tired-looking salad, and a small tower of couscous in the middle. My friend immediately sent it back, asked for her money, and we left. Shortly after leaving, I found I'd been short-changed. Only by 40p, but enough to leave a thoroughly nasty taste in the mouth. A real shame. I'd hesitate to go back.
I'm sorry I hate to rubbish any new business esp' a local independent but I could not disagree more with the reviews here. perhaps the 3 times I have been have been off days. I found my sandwich lacked any effort it was no better than the cheapest plastic boxed plain white bread sandwich you can get from a well known supermarket, only twice the price, & the dessert tasted like old thick custard on a flan base. and I didn't find the staff as friendly as reviews suggest. 3 times unlucky ?? Even my father inlaw had to return stale carrot cake when visiting and was offerd an exchange not handy when trying to catch a train. He was eventually given a refund. I personaly think there are much much better places in E17 My advice to Delice MUST DO BETTER
Le Delice cafe, restaurants is inspired by Mediterranean and Continental cuisine. We serve all day breakfast, sandwiches, grilled meats, burgers, pizza, pasta, tagines, falafel, halloumi grill...
We are specialized in cakes, birthday cakes, occasional cakes.
All our cakes, pastries & hot food are prepared in our premises
All our food is Halal.
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