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On 14/10/2023 at 16:37, Nigello said:

The Chinese takeaway next to Eric’s on Upland Rd has been revamped, or has closed and been taken over by another owner. Seating is being installed outside. A new restaurant, perhaps? Good luck, whatever it will be. 

It’s going to be a cafe, serving bubble tea amongst other things. 

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On 06/11/2023 at 13:19, Earl Aelfheah said:

This will be very popular I imagine. Surprised there hasn't been a bubble tea place open up before now tbh.

yes I've been surprised there isn't one.   The closest is Camberwell or Herne Hill.  Its one of the things where the margins would be likely to be enough for E Dulwich and could also fit into a small store.  Hopefully it will be good. 

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On 24/11/2023 at 20:54, Spartacus said:

Phew 

I was thinking, I know Peckham is moving up the gentrification league but wines that are nearly 200 years old would be ruddy expensive 🤔 

Georgian wines are crazy cheap. At least in Georgia they are, and very tasty. You would expect nothing more from the first wine makers.

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Exciting times in West Dulwich: a new branch of St Christopher's charity shop has opened up at 2 Croxted Rd (the old Topps Tiles shop on the corner).

Just opposite, at 84 Park Hall Rd, is Churchills Wine Bar and Kitchen. It looks very cosy, busy and clean. Seems to be a short menu (which is a good thing- too long and it just means everything is frozen), and a special Sunday roast offering.

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2 hours ago, Earl Aelfheah said:

Very close to Leyland as well.

I suppose very convenient for all the builders working round here, but what happens when every house has had its  loft extension and side return extension kitchen?

Just a never ending round of redecorating?

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