Feya opens in Marylebone

Elegant and contemporary café Feya has opened its first site in the heart of London’s Marylebone, in the St Christopher’s Place area

Thoughtfully designed with marble textures, florals and pastel interiors, Feya is now open and offers exquisite patisserie, tea, and coffee alongside an all-day breakfast menu.

Feya is situated at 23 James Street in Marylebone and is the first site for the brand. The concept, which is a firm favourite on Instagram, focuses on an array of stunning patisserie including handmade tarts, pastries, and cakes priced from £4.50, which are rotated based on seasonal influences. The menu also features re-inventions of old favourites. As well as the core offering of patisserie, an all-day breakfast menu is available, created by cook book author Virpi Mikonnen, and includes smoothie bowls and avocado on toast. Boutique tea brand Kusmi sits on the drinks menu in addition to London’s Ozone coffee.

Superfood lattes including beetroot, blue algae, matcha, and turmeric feature on the menu and regular coffees prices start at £2.50. The menu accommodates dietary requirements offering gluten free variations of the menu in addition to vegetarian and vegan options as well as dairy free alternatives.

Feya’s café window beautifully showcases the patisserie offering beneath a white cherry blossom tree that cascades throughout the entire interior, inviting guests to relax and enjoy the calming atmosphere. Bespoke stylised and beautiful butterflies will be present throughout Feya’s cafe alongside brass and marble tap tops giving a minimalist and natural feel to the interiors.

The café seats 31 guests inside with a further six seats outside for guests wanting to enjoy the sunshine. The menu is available to eat in or takeaway.

Address: 23 James St, London, W1
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday, 9:30am – 10:00pm.