Ralph's Coffee & Bar
The reservations office is open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday to Saturday and 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Sunday.
Loved it , service was emasculates, the food was poor had the the carrot tart didn’t like it bit dry and not testy , the sandy ice cream wasn’t nice as well my son didn’t like it too much cream ( crème fresh)
Interior and idea - great!
Food - very average, poached eggs in our both dishes were cold! Waiter when asked about it first didn’t know how they usually serve it Then after asking about it in the kitchen said a client can ask how they want their eggs to be prepared! How come can you ask if you’re not told to?
Service very average without a single smile or a nice word
Would not recommend
Not worth money spent, seen other dishes on other people tables- also not looking tempting Bread definitely from a supermarket
Ralph’s was everything I expected lovely building perfect food and friendly staff, absolutely loved it
Consistently good service. Great attention to detail. I would highly recommend. Also has the best carrot cake I've been able to taste in London!
Excellent service, small little coffee nook in corner of store. Also note that this is not your typical Ralph's restaurant but a café concept instead
Great brunch. I had the lobster Benedict and it was delicious
Great bistro for a quiet but classy brunch! Would definitely visit again.
A very nice and upscale coffee shop in the Ralph Lauren shop. Food was good but not wow. Service was very good and attentive. Loved their coffee though so will be back.
My reservations was for 930. The place has a great ambiance and breakfast served was filling (country waffle sandwich). The place was cozy and a bit small which is besides the RL shop. It got quite busy around 10am and only one staff taking orders and making drinks. There is nobody at the reception at that time.
If you want to visit make sure you have reservations.
A great location and a lovely setting with great ambience, a quiet haven in the hustle and bustle of Regent Street. Service was excellent as was the food, recommend the Cobb salad
Hidden gem in the busy and touristy Regent Street.
The service, coffee and ambiance were all excellent
Yes, great place and fantastic food. Will definitely return
Lovely place to refresh whilst shopping. Small menu but food was presented beautifully and tasted superb. Service was excellent and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend.
Amazing place, luxury but not uncomfortable. Love it,I’ll be back.
Great little hideaway from busy Regents street. Excellent food served promptly and nice atmosphere
My wife and I stopped by here for brunch as it was our anniversary and we are so glad we did. The bar is the perfect place to stop. The decor is effortlessly classy, the bar and toilets are incredibly clean and we cannot praise the staff more. Very helpful, attentive and polite. When we mentioned it was our anniversary the lady in charge brought us over complimentary champagne to celebrate. Thank you.
Ralph should be proud!
A great place to meet friends for a dignified cup of coffee or brunch or lunch in the centre of London's West End
Sophisticated suave café, fantastic staff great coffee and light snacks,Perfect location on Regent Street, must book
Beautiful coffee bar but having booked for afternoon tea online, the waitress said she had to check with the chef to see if he would do it! Scones were hard and cakes were very basic. Paying £30 each for a sandwich, dry scone and a brownie and small coffee is not worth the price. Shame is it was a huge disappointment for my daughters birthday.
It’s becoming a weekly thing now, we love Ralph’s that much.
Our most favourite bar in London.. highly recommend the Old Fashioned.. best we’ve ever had... and the deep fried olives are fabulous. Lovely music, great service and atmosphere
Always a pleasure to be at Ralph’s. I ticked recommend to a friend, however I’d rather keep it as my own little secret spot. Sorry friends!
Super café on Regent Street perfect location, Truly stylish
I will never tire of sipping wine and nibbling candied corn at Ralph’s Bar..... the place has completely captured my heart.
We’ve been many, many times and we are always blessed by being given ‘our special table’
We never head into the city without a reservation for a late brunch or an indulgent lunch at Ralph Lauren xxxx
Staff were extremely helpful and professional, the food was amazing and the coffee was also amazing. The whole atmosphere was perfect and we would recommend this bar to everyone.
We did not have food or drinks! However its small, cozy and nice bar to sit for a while!
One of my favorite spots for breakfast in London
Ralph's Coffee & Bar is a hidden gem in the middle of Regents street. We went on a Sunday for brunch. Absolutely perfect place to escape and also be central.
Great food but a little underwhelming with regard to value for money. Had the lobster Benedict and would have been nice to have a more generous serving rather than one egg and a small bit of lobster. The muffin and spinach were plentiful. That being said. It tasted great and the service was second to none.
Ralph’s is a great spot to take a break from a busy shopping spree! The food and service are extremely good. Only downside is the rather cramped dining area.
The service was impeccable, staff were so polite and welcoming and really made us feel comfortable, and our waitress couldn’t have been kinder to us. The food was great, very good portion sizes and beautifully seasoned seafood. The club sandwich was also well received, very filling and lovely fresh ingredients! The vibe is very calming and serene, a lovely comfortable haven tucked away from the busy main street. Can’t wait to return and try out the brunch menu!
It was the only place we could reserve for Sunday lunchtime since it was Mother's Day in the UK and we were not aware of that in advance. When we booked we had no idea that this is inside a Ralph Lauren Store in Regent Street, the "Ralph's Coffee & Bar" name only made sense once we found it. Décor is classic, a bit "polo lounge" (obviously), tables are small and customers mostly well to do. Classical jazz records as soundtrack were appreciated. Menu is very limited in choice.
Service was nice and acommodated one of us wanting to order an afternoon tea (30 GBP) after checking with the kitchen, since in principle it could be done only by previous reservation. That was nice of them and indeed it's well named as "afternoon" tea and not "high tea" as in some expensive London hotels (where it can cost 70 GBP). It wasn't gargantuan in size or spectacular in flavour but did the job with 5 finger sandwiches, one plain scone and one raisin scone with clotted cream and jam, one piece of brownie with some wort of whipped cream on top and some caramel popcorn. A good explanation of the different sandwiches and the waiter asking which beverage i'd like with it wihtout me having to inquire for a cup of tea that then was included in the price would have been appreciated.
My husband ordered a toasted brioche lobster roll that was lovely but, at 20 GBP with only some crisps as accompaniment, it could well be.
All in all, it went well and I wouldn't hesitate recommending it taking the price level into account.
Great food, service and setting. Small area so booking advised. Great Sunday Brunch with American serving sizes!
Delightful place, a quiet oasis off the high street hustle and bustle. Love it!
Love this place!!
It’s always a great experience. attentive staff, and easily the best brunch in London.
Very nice place - decor and service are very good! Nice to be back
the most stylish place to have a coffee or a snack
Great food and amazing value. Will definitely be back.