Upstairs is better. Good Italian real food and beers. Reasonably priced even if a bit noisy in peak hours.
21 - 30 of 109 reviews
The Journal Cafe decor is basic however the coffee is good. The breakfast selection is well chosen and the prices reasonable. Can be noisy but overall fine for a buzzy business breakfast with a group. The staff make you feel welcome. This will be a...More
If you are after something different and out standing service be sure to check out the Journal. I went for lunch with some friends and ordered the Gnocchi Spinach and ricotta with tomato and basil sauce. The servings are massive, the taste is devine (you...More
Very popular at all times of the day for meet-ups, coffee, lunch and a general community feel. Might need to book. It is also handy to the City Library so great wifi.
Came to the Journal Canteen for lunch, and was incredibly surprised and how limited the menu was. About 8 options available, only 1 of which was vegetarian. The staff also didn't really offer any guidance, we had to ask for a menu before being told...More
I've eaten lunch here a few times now - upstairs in the canteen (not downstairs in the café). Good hearty pasta dishes, well presented. Bustling atmosphere, shared tables. Cosy on a cold winter's day. And good dessert! (we shared a piece of pie which was...More
Avoid this place at all costs. I sat there for 40 minutes waiting for porridge only to be told by the rude waitress 'oh that order got lost'! No apology. Nothing. Meanwhile I was served the most bizarre tasting coffee I've ever had. It was...More