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This café, just above the roadway from Clapham typical pipe, is just one of the new revolution of Antipodean-style cafés that make most of their brunch selection (served right here until 3pm), and their particular coffee - all of the gear and beans listed here are tip-top. The two-floor interior’s fashionably rough-and-ready, and there’s a yard at the back with outside seating – not getting from the sunshine on our midday go to, but this didn’t deter hardier diners. The dishes tend to be attractively served with smears of colour and pretty leaf garnishes and sprouts, but in your mind, this really is simple meals based around baking, hot grilled snacks and fry-ups. The eggs were perfectly poached, the deep-fried bits perfectly fried. In addition to flavours worked, even strange combinations including beetroot, corn fritters and halloumi, and an extra of smashed avocado. On both of our visits months apart, the service ended up being amateurish. Delays had been long, instructions forgotten, coffee clumsily made, and – on one go to - the meal costs given as a verbal total, versus itemised such that it might be examined. Be warned too that with add-on prices for numerous ‘extras’, the balance can come to more than you may anticipate.