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Maison St Cassien
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71 High St London SW19 5EE United Kingdom
71 High StreetGBLondonSW19 5EE
+44 20 8944
Restaurant, Coffee ShopToday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PMSunday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PMMonday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PMTuesday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PMWednesday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PMThursday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PMFriday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Maison St Cassien is an independent coffee shop and restaurant in Wimbledon Village. With a wonderful, varied Mediterranean menu, our friendly, relaxed atmosphere makes it a favourite with locals and visitors as well as the famous tennis players during the Wimbledon Championships.

Come and taste the food that Andy Murray and Maria Sharapova have raved about in the press. From small plates such as meze & wraps to main courses of chicken shawarma and mousakka, our menu caters for all appetites.

With free WIFI, we are a great place to catch up with some work or a business meeting at any time of the day. Alternatively if relaxing is your priority, come and enjoy the best location in Wimbledon Village, with plenty of outdoor seating there is no better place to sit and watch the world go by and take in the ambience of the Village and all it has to offer. 

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"Can highly recommend the Iced Latte and enjoyed the Falafels for lunch."
"Great Atmosphere and service."
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Probably the best spot in the Village for a good coffee. Service can be a bit patchy when it gets busy but the food and coffee are good. Situated right by the roundabout at the end of the High Street it's a great location for just watching the world go by, if you're in to that kind of thing! If you're in the neighbourhood at least stop in for a coffee.
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Karen Bailey
4 months ago
What a great place. Can highly recommend the Iced Latte and enjoyed the Falafels for lunch.
Kyra Kentopp
2 years ago
This is the best lunch you'll find in Wimbledon Village - if not London wide! Delicious, rich and full flavours - the chicken and couscous is the trademark dish, the lasagne is second to none - but my favourite is the pasta - it changes every day, is often a basic and simple flavouring on the pasta - but oh my goodness it's always a delicious offering. Fantastic service inside, but the food is just as good taken away as a wrap or yummy lunch at your desk or as a picnic. never skimp on the delicious baklava for dessert either. All in all, YUM! You'll most definitely go back once you've tried it.
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Craig Beevers
2 years ago
Who are these people kidding that this place is very good??? The service is AWFUL. I can only assume the owner has his mum writing reviews for him. The food is average at best. Many far better places within 50m
Sylwia Baniak-Wrzos
a month ago
I really like that place. I was there first time today and it was very busy but staff was very organised. Lovely girl Joanna (always ask for name) looked for table and I was surprised that someone can be so fast and so polite at the same time. Highly recommend!
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Bruce Lowe
6 months ago
Poor service, I had to order at the counter with only 4 people sitting at the tables. The breakfast "with mushrooms" literally had 2. No one asked what toast I wanted, so I got the wrong type. Although what I consider unforgivable is the waiter sitting at one of the tables outside having a smoke! On the plus side, the coffee was good, if you need a place to stop for half an hour to read a paper, and don't want to eat anything, this place is for you.
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Hamid Sirhan
2 years ago
Maison St Cassien is a gem of a café in the centre of Wimbledon Village. New cafés are something of a lottery in Wimbledon Village and many suffer a temporary existence, blinking in and out of the rotary-door shop units. Maison, however, has withstood the test of time and has become a permanent feature in the life of villagers. While I can't say that their coffee drives me wild with excitement, it is nice and independent. Eschewing soggy sarnies in favour of good Lebanese cooking, it's one of the only cafés I know where you can have a coffee and a kebab. There are a surprising number of covers for quite a small café and the place opens very early on Sunday morning which makes it the perfect post-Saturday breakfast venue.
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Annie Davies
2 years ago
Lovely tasty lunches a bit different to the usual fare. Especially nice when the weather is warm and you can sit outside.