Blue Brick Cafe
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A chic, pretty little vegetarian café in south London that's situated in a charming old Victorian dairy.
Occupying a light-filled corner spot (at one time a Victorian dairy) on East Dulwich’s chi-chi North Cross Road, this homely vegetarian bistro fits right in with its neighbours – many of whom sell the same sorts of vintage tea cups, rough-hewn tables, ironically chintzy ornaments and wild flowers that make up its bohemian look. This is vegetarian food that meat-eaters can definitely get on board with, free from fillers and the usual suspects. Regulars love the veggie breakfasts, complete with homemade baked beans and thick hash brown patties, while the chalkboard lunch menu offers fresh, seasonal salads that don’t skimp on the good bits, great-value stews and curries that are hearty without being too filling, and old-school puds topped with lashings of whipped cream. That service is friendly is a no-brainer here, as most of the customers are locals. The only problem is finding a free table. Two things to note: firstly, if you want booze, bring your own with a £2.50 corkage; secondly, this place is cash only.
14 Fellbrigg Rd
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