South Category

Wednesday 27 October, 2010

Balham Bowls Club – Balham

It may be way down south, miles from anywhere but the Balham Bowls Club is a great pub. It’s pouring with rain but I’d arranged to have Sunday Lunch there as it was about time I made more effort to come south even in monumentally shit weather…

Tuesday 17 August, 2010

Radio Days – Waterloo

When it comes to vintage I think London trumps any other city. (Apart from Tokyo perhaps) Well yes every vintage store sells the same stuff like it’s all sourced from some giant warehouse in the sky but at least it’s all somewhat affordable…

Sunday 20 June, 2010

The Garrison – London Bridge

The Garrison is frequently a contender for the loveliest gastro pub in London and lovely it is, with worn wooden tables and mismatched regency chairs, odd antiquities under twinkly lights create a quirky vintage environment…

Tuesday 18 May, 2010

Rosie’s Cafe – Brixton

Rosie’s is owned by Rosie, a late 20-something, and her cafe is lovely. The staff treat you like there is nothing they’d like better than to rustle up a sandwich for you…

Saturday 01 May, 2010

Konditor and Cook – Waterloo

Near Waterloo station there are three small streets, Theed Street, Whittlesey Street and Roupell Street which are three of my favourite streets in London…

Saturday 16 January, 2010

Scooter Caffe – Waterloo

The best way to get here is to approach through the Leake Street Tunnel which is a Banksy-created installation of stencil graffiti by artists such as the NYC collective Faile…