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  • 4.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    Nice brunch, if a slight bit small / overpriced. Very good coffee and fresh juices. Will certainly be making a trip back next time I'm in the area.

  • 3.0 star rating

    Yeah it was alright, staff were lovely and the coffee was good but it's waaaaay over priced. If I pay that much for a coffee then I want to take the cup home with me. Definitely not a place to just pop in for a quick cuppa. Great for rich ladies who lunch I guess.

    Tl;dr quite nice but pricey.

  • 4.0 star rating
    1 check-in

    Hot chocolate with Zara L!  I was given the option of going to somewhere for regular hot chocolate or a thick hot chocolate.  Italian hot chocolate very time!

    What I loved about it:
    -When the lovely italian girl found out we were sharing our croissant, she chose the biggest, fluffiest croissant for us to share.  It was GIGANTIC!
    -Hot chocolate were served in this gigantic bowl and we could dip our croissant in it.
    -Literally everything in the shop was for sale- from cutesy prints to vintage tea sets at around £40 a set.
    -We were the last girls there so they gave us free muffins when we left.  LOVE!

    What was not as loveable- hot chocolate was not very thick nor chocolatey.  Not nearly as good as my awesome one from Said or the ones from Carluccios.

    Go cutsy Crouch End!

  • 4.0 star rating
    Listed in My Crouch Endz

    You have to love the Haberdashery. They proudly have a chalk board sign outside stating that 'unattended children will be given espresso and free kittens'. The owners have made such a lovely effort to be child friendly and you can't complain when random toddlers creep up behind you and start staring at your food, or your hungover brunch is interrupted by screaming kids. You know you are clearly getting into yummy mummy Crouch End territory zone when you go in.

    Busy on a Sunday, but we managed to get a table really quickly. The staff are lovely and accommodating,  The decor is twee, cute and pretty. They do lots of delicious brunch fayre, but the best thing of all is they serve Viennese thick hot chocolate served in huge bowl size mugs. It's like having hot chocolate soup.

    The Haberdashery also serves as a bit of a community hub. They have lots of fliers for local events pinned up on the walls, a drinks license, and run 'Barboot' craft sale once a month on Friday. The owners have even created a 'Crouch End' charity calender to raise money for the local community in the London riots aftermath. How could you fail not to love them?

  • 4.0 star rating
    First to Review

    Had brunch with my boyfriend here over Easter weekend. We both really enjoyed it. This place also makes for good people watching--if you sit facing the outside, tourists will stop and stare at the cakes sitting in the window.

    When we were there the place was nearly full and seating is densely packed, but table turnover seems quick enough so we didn't have to wait. Clientèle seems to consist of young couples and yummy mummies.

    I had the Eggs Benedict with Salmon. When I first saw the Eggs Benedict I was a little disappointed because there was a lot of empty space on my plate, but this was also a tall dish so it ended up being really tasty and filling. Boyfriend had veggie breakfast (includes spinach, mushrooms & halloumi cheese). He liked his food and wished this place was nearer to where we lived.

    If you're in the mood for a boozy brunch, they also have beer, wine, and cocktails including bloody marys.

  • 4.0 star rating

    Cute cafe in Crouch End adorned with bunting & cakes. Came here for a coffee date with friends. I had the Italian hot chocolate- and it was lovely. It was nice to have real hot chocolate that was not made from powder & water. This hot chocolate tasted like something you actually would get from Italy- very rich and creamy. They serve the coffees & hot chocolates in big bowl like mugs- slightly awkward to drink out of at first but you get used to it. Definitely value for money. One friend had the latte which he really enjoyed and the other & the "Glastonbury Juice"- he said was quite bitter. Service could have been a bit more friendly here. If I came here again- I would choose the Italian Hot Chocolate as was my favourite!

  • 4.0 star rating

    Had a very quick visit as my gf had heard place was very good.

    Website says they have been nominated for various awards.

    Was very nice, our server was very friendly and informative.

    We had a brownie and hot chocolates. All v nice, hot chocolates v large and in something resembling a mini bowl. Fuller review once I've been back.

  • 2.0 star rating

    seems like a nice cozy place but...where do they get the prices from? for a small cup of a flat white with curdled milk and a piece of a very average cake, I paid over £7!! didn't expect that. sorry but this is far too much for this sort of quality. I don't mind paying as long as the coffee is superb and the cake scrumptious and melts in your mouth. Unfortunately, I was disappointed. Next time I'm in any coffee shop, I'm asking for the price before ordering anything. anyway, shouldn't they write the prices up?

    • Qype User dfm…
    • London
    • 1 friend
    • 14 reviews
    4.0 star rating

    Great place on Middle Lane, just south of the clock tower in CE. The home baked goods are the best I've had in the area, inventive recipes and daily changing menu of muffins, brownies, sponge cakes etc.
    The hot food is very good, the veggie breakfast is excellent (good quality ingredients and portions) the coffee is very good (but possibly the most expensive coffee in the area also).
    Great place, try it.

  • 1.0 star rating

    OMG what an awful place! Yelling screaming children and late, burnt overpriced food. Seems popular with a certain sort of yummy mummy. They can keep it!

    • Qype User cara8…
    • London
    • 0 friends
    • 1 review
    1.0 star rating

    Having visited The Haberdashery on many occasions we have always been pleasantly satisfied although the owner is slightly hectic. However, on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 we decided after seeing the lovely display of cakes in the window we would pop in. On walking through the door it was obvious that it was extremely busy, a waitress approached with whom i believe to be the owner hot on her heels, we then found oueselves being informed in no uncertain terms that if we where not prepared to order lunch then a table was out of the question. We understand that lunch time is a busy period but we where not even given the opportunity to look at the menu or given maybe a later time to call back. So in a nutshell we felt as two adults dismissed and will not be returning. in my opinion the attitude and customer service is extremely poor.

    • Qype User questi…
    • London
    • 0 friends
    • 1 review
    1.0 star rating

    very concerned about Binjis review above. I dont know the person. But why was s/ he banned? Was it as s/he feared as with a friend with a disability/ What going on here? Lets look beyond the vintage charm and ease of Crouch end denizens and see if theres real stigma here beyond the cakes and tea. This would be put me off. I am always worried when people are banned from places cause they dont fit in.

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