The Electric Café
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A heritage caff in Tulse Hill.
If you’re all about a fry-up that comes served with a slice of history, the beautifully preserved 1940s interior of this greasy spoon is the place for you. The breakfasts cooked up by the Greek Cypriot matron who runs the kitchen – her son mans the counter – are delicious and bargainous (prices include mugs of tea and coffee midweek). Think proper Cumberland sausages and tomatoes fried with oregano, plus bubble and squeak that’s every bit as tasty as you’d expect from someone whose heritage rhymes with it.
258 Norwood Rd
|Transport:||Tulse Hill rail.|
|Price:||Breakfast for two with drinks and service: around £15.|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 7.30am-4pm, Sat 8am-4pm, Sun 9.30am-1.30pm.|
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