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messageBest breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by PeckhamRose May 12, 04:09PM

We're having an indulgent day for someone's birthday, and since going out to breakfast is not something we do often, let's start somewhere local before we head out for our day. All recommendations please! It's a week day by the way. Thanks everyone!

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messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by Sue May 12, 07:04PM

The conservatory at the back of Tart in Lordship Lane is lovely, as is their food.

But it's more brunch than breakfast, and I'm not sure what time they open.



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messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by PeckhamRose May 12, 07:18PM

Thanks!

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messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by goldilocks May 12, 07:43PM

We really enjoyed spinach but the service can be slow! The brockwell lido cafe is also lovely for breakfast

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by gumshoe May 12, 07:55PM

Brickhouse Bakery in ED, Levant in Peckham. Iím not sure if the latter take walk-ins (have always booked there in the past - they do a delightful miso white chocolate brioche!)

Edit: not in either place, but I would be remiss not to mention Nandine in Camberwell - an gem of a place and the Kurdish breakfast platter is one of my favourite things to eat in SE London.



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messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by twister May 12, 08:03PM

Love Walk near KCH

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by mancity68 May 12, 08:30PM

Pedlar hands down.

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by siousxiesue May 12, 11:14PM

twister Wrote:
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> Love Walk near

Seconded, had a lovely brunch thing there

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by Dullesville May 13, 08:16AM

I'm a great cook - regularly do a cooked breakfast for our 2x kids, in the village. Out of work, presently, so looking for creative ways to make money. If you let me know how many ppl, dietary requirements, plus an idea of how much you want to spend, I will put together a plan for you. Beyond a certain size, we could do Burgess park, which allows barbecues. I've also a garden, and a small event shelter, if you want to combine with some kind of activity (i.e. yoga, or running, use of multi gym in the park)

(Top tip: separate the yolks when scrambling eggs - the yolks need far less cooking, for both max yum, and nutrition!)

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by reds May 13, 12:46PM

Crossroads Cafe on Bellenden Road. Not fancy but good quality traditional food, great atmosphere and fantastic service.

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by davidq100 May 13, 01:06PM

I'd recommend Canvas and Cream in Forest Hill. Excellent breakfast options and decent coffee too.

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by philosophie May 13, 01:26PM

My personal favourite is La Scala or, for something nearer Peckham Rye, I also like Norris + Knight.

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by PeckhamRose May 13, 05:49PM

Thanks folks! Dullsville you star, but we shall traipse around tomorrow and see where we end up.
Love this group! No more suggestions thanks!

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messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by KidKruger May 13, 11:24PM

Franklins do a decent fry-up.

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by Sue May 14, 01:12PM

KidKruger Wrote:
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> Franklins do a decent fry-up.


Franklins don't do brunch any more, and they only did it on Saturdays anyway, KK.

They still do bar snacks which include a fantastic bacon sandwich and scrambled eggs on toast, but no longer a fry-up.

PeckhamRose, do tell us where you went in the end (when you've been!) Hope you had a lovely day!

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by PeckhamRose May 14, 08:19PM

Hi all
Thanks so much for all your suggestions.
In the end we had a wonderful breakfast and the beautiful happy local French Cafe Bistro on Forest Hill Road, avec Prosecco. And in turn, we can highly recommend THAT place!

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messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by DovertheRoad May 15, 06:13AM

I stumbled across brunch at the Watsons General Telegraph on Saturday. It was really good. Eggs benny etc and chargrilled bacon. Also lovely beer on tap. And kid friendly but not overrun. They do a bottomless brunch for £25 which is breakfast plus unlimited refills of prosecco, bloody Mary etc 11am to 2pm. It's laid back and nice atmosphere - good mix of all ages.

messageRe: Best breakfast in YOUR opinion in East Dulwich (or Peckham) please
Posted by DulwichFox May 15, 09:25AM

PeckhamRose Wrote:
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> Hi all
> Thanks so much for all your suggestions.
> In the end we had a wonderful breakfast and the
> beautiful happy local French Cafe Bistro on Forest
> Hill Road, avec Prosecco. And in turn, we can
> highly recommend THAT place!

Good choice. French Cafe Bistro is lovely. The staff are Lovely. and it can be a nice little Sun Trap.

DulwichFox


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