The Dish & the Spoon

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London

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  • Address:

    The Dish & the Spoon 61 Cheltenham Road
    London
    SE15 3AF

  • Venue phone:

    020 7635 6384

  • Opening hours:

    Open 9am-4pm Tue-Fri; 9am-5pm Sat; 9am-3pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Honor Oak Park rail

  • Price:

    Main courses £4.50-£6.50

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    1. The Dish & the Spoon
      • 61 Cheltenham Road
        London
        SE15 3AF
      • 020 7635 6384
      • 51.457328,-0.052254

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Nunhead L

Why people bring their children here is beyond me. The food is average at best (a sandwich is not two enormous slices of bread and a measly, sparce filling and it's probably best to properly clean the cartilage off of the chicken before you put it into a sandwich), the service is disgraceful (unless idle, stone-faced people who offer no help or show no interest in their customers at all is what you're into), and the floor and toy area are both filthy. 


It definitely caters to its target market though - the rich mummies in our newly gentrified area who are happy to leave their children to their own devices as long as they don't have to interact with them.


Anyway - best to avoid. Try Petitou or Anderson's in Peckham if you want food that tastes as delicious as it is overpriced - and for staff that actually talk to you

Mrs S Chambers

I know Mat and Shona have put a lot of work into sourcing all the ingredients for their meals and snacks, well done to them both for making the Dish and Spoon such a success. May all who have a meal enjoy, and make further visits to this unique place.

Lois Barmby

The Earl Grey tea loaf is addictive.....and the splendid soups are great to warm up after an afternoon kicking leaves around in the park