Compared with some of its Primrose Hill neighbours which have been around for decades, Greenberry is a relative newcomer. Nonetheless, no other spot around here captures the totally effortless, slightly bohemian, down-to-earth, but also ridiculously rich style of this corner of NW1 quite like this casual and reasonably priced all-day café. It’s where we come to eat an excellent plate of wild mushroom, polenta and poached egg for brunch when we’re trying to pretend we live in one of the pastel-coloured terraces round the corner on Chalcot Square. And it’s where you should come for a daytime or evening meal when you’re trying to convince the person you’re dating that you’re a serious person, with good taste in things.
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