Rosie's Deli Café (CLOSED)
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Please note, Rosie's Deli Cafe is now closed. Time Out Food & Drink Editors, January 2017.
This café and deli (opened 2004) attracted fresh interest with the publication of owner Rosie Lovell’s book, ‘Spooning with Rosie’, in summer 2009. The café is styled like a cross between boudoir and 1950s corner shop, but for many this enhances its quirky appeal.
A daytime-only operation, Rosie and her team serve breakfasts from scrambled free-range eggs with chilli jam (£4) to muesli with yoghurt and prunes or cinnamon toast.
Lunch options are focused around big sandwiches (£3.50) and filled ciabattas (£4.50); there are also salads, pies, and tarts. The deli aspect may look like window-dressing, but all items are indeed for sale.
In January 2011 the opening hours were extended from 9.30am to 7.30am, in a trial serving breakfasts for Brixton's early risers.
14e Market Row
|Cross street:||Brixton Market|
|Transport:||Tube: Brixton tube/rail|
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