Café Royal

The Café Royal was a restaurant located at 68 Regent Street in Piccadilly, London, England. The restaurant was originally set up in 1865 by French wine merchant Daniel Nicholas Thévenon. By the 1890s, it was a fashionable café frequented by figures such as Oscar Wilde, Virginia Woolf, and D. H. Lawrence; famous twentieth-century patrons included Winston Churchill, Muhammed Ali, and Prince Diana. The Café closed in 2008 and was converted to a five-star hotel.


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