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- 51%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
User Reviews (7 Reviews)
- The Providores and Tapa RoomMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Sep 14, 2012
Really cool and cozy restaurant. It is quite a happening brunch place. They have a large menu selection and I am glad I chose the Turkish Changa eggs. It is not like anything I have tried before. Two poached eggs rest on a thick bed of yogurt and everything is drenched in red chilly oil. Never would have dreamed about such combination. However, I am happy to report, it is simply delicious and very filling. The chilly oil isn't too hot but gave the dish just the right amount of heat and flavor. It also made the yogurt extremely silky. Very satisfying.
- The Providores and Tapa RoomJul 05, 2012
13/20; Food 7/10, Ambience 2/5, Service 4/5. A very compact space on Maryleborne High St, easily identified on weekends, as there is most always a line outside. Brunch here is well-known, with an antipodean influence in the kitchen that has been much lauded. On the few occasions that I have braved the wait and endured the cramped space, the food has been good. Very nice ingredients in original combinations. For me, it's not quite different enough from alternative brunch options in the area to warrant the bother brought about by the lack of space though.
- The Providores and Tapa RoomMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesLuxury Travelers+ 1Jul 04, 2012
Nothing like a lazy weekend afternoon in central London, rocking up here for breakfast with a stack of newspapers to read. Providores deservedly made it into London listings magazine Time Out's top 50 places during 2011. It's informal, stylish and the food is pretty good.