Time Out says
This airy white space off hip and happening Bellenden Road attracts a mixed crowd of well-to-do locals, including those in pushchairs. There’s a pleasant courtyard garden at the back and the rear room is shared with an open kitchen, where you can observe ham hocks being boiled, chickens roasted, tarts baked, salads prepared and fish griddled – all of which creates an atmosphere of good, fresh food being whipped up by chefs who know what they’re doing.
Breakfasts are served until a very forgiving 2pm (3pm at weekends) and involve thick-cut toast piled high with bacon, mushrooms, eggs and other favourites. Sandwiches are made with sourdough from local Brickhouse Bakery, and although the wait for a sausage roll to be heated up was interminable, it did arrive with an apology, and was succulent and flaky in all the right places.
139 Bellenden Road
|Transport:||Tube: Peckham Rye rail or bus 12, 37, 63, P13|
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