Written on: 24/12/2011 by Lynne_and_Grahame (1 review written)
We've been going to the Brio for nearly ten years and have always enjoyed the friendly, relaxed family atmosphere. The menu has a good selection of pizza, pasta and salad dishes all freshly prepared in view to a consistently high standard. The owner is always welcoming and good fun! His staff are also friendly, helpful and keen to please. Highly recommended! … Read Full Review
Written on: 22/09/2011
I have been going to Cafe Brio now for nearly a Year, the food has always been good but I must say Since there has been a new manager working there the Service is 5*'s and this guy is on the ball very friendly and welcoming. This Restaurant is a must to try and the new menu is a wow on the pasta… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/05/2011
Lovelly place, spoiled by rude,unprofesionall owners.;-////..... but veryyyy nice waitress;-)) good food
Patrick… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/12/2010 by Susan Gordon (2 reviews written)
Delicious pizzas with fresh toppings and some great music on a jazz night. The service was very good also and this is a convinient place to bring along children as they will always enjoy pizza! The garlic dogh balls are a fantastic starter… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2010 by thephella (6 reviews written)
First visit was during lunch hour. Slightly disappointed as coffe machine was on the blink.
Have been to the live Jazz Evening on Mondays and found it really enjoyable.
Good food. Good atmosphere. Good menu if not extensive, but enough choices for most. Well cooked and all the preparation done in full view.
Will definitely be going again.
Best to book up for the Monday Jazz evening that starts at 7.30pm.
All in all a good, unpretentious restaurant.
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Written on: 27/10/2008
Excellent food, and extensive menu at Cafe Brio. Good service, friendly staff, great starters.
I'd say the only bad point is that you cant pay on card for less than £10, so bear in mind if you're going for a light bite… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/11/2007 by mtboyle (1 review written)
Nice place and food spoiled by a surly waiter (who may in fact be the manager or even owner). I would check he is in a good mood before you go!… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/06/2007 by john ferris (4 reviews written)
Without a doubt, it is one of the best pizza restaurants around. No mass production here, with all the toppings visible and clearly fresh. Nothing seems too much problem to the staff - just a pity the menu at Cafe Brio in Olney is pretty well limited to pizzas. However, the range is such that there is something for everyone at a price that makes repeat visits a must… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2007 by shemic (1 review written)
The food was amazing. The staff were very friendly, and it is really clean with a lovely ambiance.
It was our first visit to Cafe Brio in Olney, but I can tell you, it was the first of many. The food was perfect!… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/03/2005 by mikesteveo (1 review written)
Olney, Pizza, Cafe Brio - This quaint little cafe is simple and friendly. All the food is prepared in view of the customers and each item is as mouth-watering as the rest. The menu is not extensive but this is due to not listing chips and burgers on the menu, which makes this restaurant all the more appealing in my opinion. I have (since my first visit) had more meals here and am never disappointed. The service is super fast and at a price, which is more than reasonable given the quality of… Read Full Review
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