London, SohoScarlett Green, Soho's new outpost of the Aussie chain

By Sarah Malcolm @sarahmalcs
3 July '18

As a massive fan of the London based Aussie chain Daisy Green, I was keen to head to their new Soho home, Scarlett Green.

The chain began life  in 2012 when two former bankers, Prue Freeman and her husband Tom Onions, started selling smoothies and coffee from a Ford transit van next to the Gherkin. They now have nine cafés in London, each delivering their signature ‘bottomless brunch’ and lunches in stylishly, quirky settings. As the new kid on the block, Scarlett Green doesn’t disappoint and re-creates Melbourne and Sydney café culture in bucketloads.



The setting

This café is huge, a mega 4000 square feet, boasting two floors, stacks of seating and a super swanky bar.

The vibe is really relaxed with stunning artwork and some of the most beautiful toilets in London!  Plush sofas, plants and artwork dominate. There’s also a large area of tables and chairs, plus the signature brightly coloured deckchairs.

Like their Victoria branch, Timmy Green, this is the kind of spot that works beautifully for a brunch date as well as an evening dinner option with a menu to suit all!

The green juice test

They have a few delicious juice and smoothie options on their menu, but the green juice looked the best… and it definitely tasted the best!

It was a lovely blend of cucumber, spinach, celery and apple and perfect on a hot sunny day.

What we ate

Their brunch menu is always the talk of the town on Instagram, but as we popped in for lunch, we decided to share a few of the more interesting dishes instead.

We chose some of the smaller plates- the Spicy Tuna Tostadas (delicious), the Vegemite Cheese & Truffle doughnuts (which were absolutely out of this world and I could have eaten 50!), the halloumi fries with pomegranate yoghurt and then we shared the mango, carrot and samphire salad with pickled watermelon and nuoc cham. All of which tasted amazing! We also shared a caffeine hit smoothie with banana, dates, coconut H20, almonds and espresso. 


The bill

Caffeine hit smoothie £5.80
Green juice £5.00
Halloumi fries  £7.80
Tuna Tostadas x 2 £5.60
Vegemite dough balls x 2 £5.60
Mango and carrot salad  £9.80

What else?

Daisy Green also do catering for events as well as private hire and their famous bottomless brunch.

What made us glow?

In true Aussie spirit, he Vegemite balls were definitely a firm favourite.  I would come back time and time again for them!


Scarlett Green

4 Noel St,
Soho,
London W1F 8GB

020 3653 2010
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