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SO after considering all the replies (I thank yew) and checking on-line 'best teas in sarf london' dot com .. i'm afraid too many were out of our price range (you classy lot) plus I had three under tens in tow, so we went to the Mudchute Kitchen on the Isle of Dogs. If you don't already know - you go to Greenwich, through the foot tunnel, through the park, up the slippery slope, cross the stables and all the way there .. and it was shut!! Crapping Crap. Bitter disappointment, so we ended up at the Old Brewery in the Navel Museum in Greenwich. Lovely place, lovely muffins, lovely beer, but not quite what I wanted. Ah well, better laid plans next year. Or maybe a Hummingbird Bakery will open in the old launderette site by the Plough, off the Lane, near the Icleand, etc etc ..

Happy Christmas one and all x

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