Stylishly simple and honest, Bishops Cafe in London’s Fulham is a popular spot for breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and tea just steps from the Thames. A lovely, bright environment complements the delicious food on offer, and the service is also something to write home about. Keeping in line with their commitment to simplicity, the chefs at Bishops Cafe on Fulham Palace Road never overcomplicate the menu, instead only offering dishes with fresh, delicious ingredients.
Fulham locals are raving about Bishops Cafe – located just steps from Putney Bridge station – and so are we! This local cafe, restaurant and bar is a huge hit with local foodies, coffee lovers and breakfast fanatics. Stop by for brunch, served until 5pm, and enjoy options like mushroom on toast, French toast with bacon, or the delectable sweet corn fritters served with thyme-roasted vine tomatoes, bacon and creme fraiche. Its location is ideal, found just a stone’s throw from the Thames on London’s Fulham Palace Road.
Lunch and dinner at Bishops Cafe means it’s time for mains like roasted vegetables & goats cheese salad, spicy meatballs, fish and chips, pumpkin coconut chicken curry, steak sandwich with fried red onions, or homemade ravioli. For dessert, we recommend indulging in favourites like the homemade chocolate mousse, tiramisu, bread and butter pudding, or going savoury and with the British cheese board served alongside kumquat chutney and toast. Make sure to order a glass of wine or indulge in a sophisticated cocktail to wash it all down!
Great food, great service. The full English breakfast was excellent. Lovely interior too.
A very friendly place with a lot of regular customers. Nice food and good location. Outside seating nice in good weather. Saturday lunchtimes often set up for friendly football fans.
As always excellent service and quality of food. Although the service charge is very steep. I understand now that before you ask for the bill ensure you ask for it without the service charge so the waiter and not the owner gets the tip
Service and food really pretty good much better than I expected and reasonably priced. And better than when it first opened. Stafff went out of their way to deal wth everything we wanted.
I've usually had a good meal here but I took some friends recently & it wasn't nearly as good . Perhaps a different Chef or change of management ? The chicken was a bit tough & the scrambled eggs looked awful and were very rubbery . We told the waiter about the scrambled eggs & he said he'd speak to the Manager who didn't make an appearance . We didn't bother taking it further but I will not be back again .
Lovely evening,lovely burgers although the chips were a bit cold,great pre-match atmosphere in cafe,very freindly and caring staff. Only problem was maitre de had no record of my online booking,but rapidly and apologetically sorted me out a table.
Good neighbourhood place serving tasty food and with attentive service on a Monday evening. Good range of dishes - jerk chicken with sweet potato mash, panko goats cheese salad, Judes ice cream and tirimasu.
GREAT ATMOSPHERE, GOOD SERVICE AND GOOD FOOD. LAMB TAGINE WAS DELICIOUS - OTHERS HAD THE FISH AND CHIPS, AND BUGERS - ALL (VERY IMPORTNAT) WASHED DOWN WITH SOME SAUVIGNON BLANC
Lovely place with a really relaxed atmosphere - the food was delicious, particularly the chocolate mousse, which may have been the best chocolate mousse I've ever had!