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A café situated a stone’s throw from the Royal Observatory.
At the top of a hill hard by the Royal Observatory, the recently refurbished Pavilion Café is an unmistakable octagonal building topped by a dovecot with a weathervane depicting Nelson looking through his telescope. Once inside, find a table, note its number and place your orders at the bar. Breakfast means porridge, baps, big fry-ups and ‘bennies’ (aka Benedicts), while the all-day menu is built around sourdough pizzas with crisp bases and peppy toppings, plus various burgers and salads (kiln-roast salmon niçoise, for example). Decent sandwiches are also available, though you may prefer to drop by for the Fairtrade tea and coffee, a glass of wine or a hefty slice of cake. On sunny days, the large garden space is great for kids and those who want to admire the magnificent views.
|Cross street:||Blackheath Gate|
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