My local café in London



The first thing of Hally’s you can see from the street is the white wooden counter, literally covered by an incredible variety of cakes, muffins, croissants and brownies.

This sweet vision, together with the inviting smell of coffee and cinnamon coming from inside, won’t let you other choice than to get in.


If you do so, even only for a quick break, I strongly recommend the carrot cake. Just delicious.

Hally’s is a Californian-inspired café situated in Parson’s Green, at the corner between New King’s Road and Munster Road, a few minutes walk from Fulham Broadway.

This beautiful part of London is full of lovely restaurants and cafés, but Hally’s is definitely my favourite. High ceilings, wood floors and pastel dipped chairs make this café bright and cosy, the kind of place that gives you the feeling to be home.


You can pop in at any time of the day, as Hally’s offers a wide selection of food: from breakfast to lunch, until the classic afternoon tea and cakes. Everything is fresh and homemade.

What I like the most, though, is the brunch. And I am not the only one apparently, as if you walk by Hally’s during the weekend you will probably see a lot of people queuing outside.

We got a table after twenty minutes, but it was totally worth the wait.

Besides classic plates like Benedict eggs, salads and burgers (all very tasty and good quality), the menu also offers innovative food like the Crispy Avocado Fries with Wasabi and Lime mayonnaise, definitely to try.

And if you don’t have time to sit down and eat you can always try Little H, right in front of Hally’s. The owners are the same, but the concept is slightly different: Little H is a juicy bar that offers healthy breakfasts, brunches and seasonal salad lunches, but unlike Hally’s you can choose to eat-in or take-away.

Last but not least, starting from this month Hally’s is also open for dinner every Friday and Saturday nights, one more reason to go and try it.

 (reservation is needed for dinner, click here to book your table!)


To discover more nice places to hang out in Fulham, check out this article!




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