Mahoe Cafe Bar (London) Reviews
Description:Address: 74 - 82 Queen Victoria Street / Bow Lane / London / EC4N 4SJ / Tel: +44 0 20 7489 9895
Newest Review: ... but definitely conducive to a romantic atmosphere for couples and also bright enough to be just appropriate for group conversation. The music was pleasant and not too loud at all - again the perfect level for conversation not to have to be loud to hear over the music. The chairs looked expensive, seemed like leather with high backs and they all looked new. We were served at our table by ... more
Customer Mahoe Cafe Bar (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/06/10, updated on 13/05/13 (Very useful, 145 readings)
Mahoe first opened for business in summer 2008. The name "Mahoe" was chosen because it sounded a good name for a cafe-bar as well as its reference to the "blue-mahoe" a tree native to Jamaica. The table in the alcove area where we sat for a good part of the evening is made of mahoe wood as was the platter on which we were served part of our meal. On a hen night in the City we found ourselves at a loose end for a couple of hours as the venue that had been chosen for the evening wasn't due to open till 9.30pm. We came across Mahoe Cafe quite by accident. Wearing high heels and wanting to sit down with some drinks and light snacks to get us ... Read the complete review
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