Bencho Cafe London

Bencho cafe is a brasserie style bistro that serves diverse cuisines; from Mainland Europe to the Mediterranean. Furthermore, the cafe also specialises in Italian cuisine that is apparent from their menu which includes pasta, spaghetti, meatballs and tapas. In addition to the delicious menu, the prices are also very reasonable because of which this venue remains crowded most of the time. Locals are not the only ones that find joy in eating at Bencho Cafe, as tourists also frequent the eatery at all times of the year. Most customers throng the cafe for breakfast since it opens early in the morning. The food is not the only draw for customers, since the comfy interiors and hip decor make Bencho Cafe a very popular place with the young crowd in Earls Court.

Contact: +44 20 7370 4825

Payment Options:

cash payment


baby friendly

Price Range

acheap price range


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    Products & Services

    Dine in option for Breakfast and Brunch

    Take Away


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    Operational Hours

    The operational hours of Bencho Cafe start from 6:30 and last orders are taken until 00:00.

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    Bencho Cafe is sited at 151 Earl's Court Road, London, Greater London SW5 9RQ.

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    How to Get to Gay Hussar Restaurant on Greek Street

    By Tube

    Tube passengers can take a train to Earl’s Court tube station in order to get close to Bencho Cafe. The distance of this London Underground station and Bencho Cafe is about 0.1 mile. Those who are coming by car should head onto Cromwell Road/A4 from Knaresborough Pl and, then turn left onto Earl's Court Road/A3220 and to find the cafe on the left side.View Map

    By Bus

    Nevern Place (Stop K) is the nearest bus stop to Bencho Cafe from where you can easily reach this venue after a few minutes walk. The bus number that will take you to this bus stop are 74, 328, C1 and C3 in the day time, and at night use bus numbers N97, N31 and N74 to get to your destination.

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