The Table Café

1/4

Rating: Eggs Royal

 

London brunch review - The Table Café. Are you as well suffering from the January Blues? Yes, I know it is grey, it is cold and it is a miserable time of the year in general. Lucky me found something last weekend that definitely helps you with that :) The biggest Bloody Mary I have had in all of London so far! I’m not even kidding – a pint full of spicy happiness. Well, have two and your smile turns into a Jim-Carrey-like grin, have three and I promise you can see yourself walking home along a beach during summer heat which in reality still is the promenade along the Thames. Just classify the consumption as a little help from your friends ;)

 

The Table Café has been on my list for a while… I visited once over a year ago and really enjoyed the experience. Since then it seems to have become even more popular – which I’m not surprised of since I can’t think of any similar eating spot around Southwark.

 

When I arrive there is a queue of approximately 10 people in groups waiting to be seated. Luckily I’m by myself so a table is offered to me immediately. The menu is divided in two sections: “Proper cooked breakfast” and “Brunch” with the usual suspects like a Full English, eggs in several variations, pancakes and burgers on it.

 

Having a look around I spy on my table neighbours’ plates and suddenly I can hear my collywobbles. Watching the chefs preparing the delicacies in the open kitchen doesn’t help either. Since I already had my waking-up coffee and although the smoothies on the menu sound lovely I order the Bloody Mary straight away. My memory tells me I should go for the “Sweetcorn fritters and poached eggs” again which I already enjoyed more than a year ago. The fritters are covered with char-grilled tomato compote, baby leaf spinach and sauce hollandaise. Although it doesn’t look too big, this dish fills you up during most of the day. I really do wish I could order one of the huge “Hot waffles” or the burger, both just look absolutely fantastic. Well, at least I got a reason to come back :)

 

Make sure you add an excursion to “The Table Café” on your next trip to the Tate Modern or if you are not into the museum world just have a stroll after or before you visit Borough Market. And if you are not into the market world either just go there straight-ahead. It is definitely worth trying. Therefore -

 

go for brunch, London!

 

 

 

Cappuccino: .......................................................................................£2,75

Bloody Mary: ......................................................................................£7,00

The Borough Full English: Two fried eggs, grilled pork & leek

sausage,bacon, ham hock & chorizo baked beans, grilled

tomato, herb mushroom & toast.....................................................£12,00

 

 

The Table Cafe, 83 Southwark Street, London, SE1 0HX

Monday: 7.30am-4:30pm

Tuesday: 7.30am-4:30pm / 6pm-10.30pm

Wednesday: 7.30am-4:30pm / 6pm-10.30pm

Thursday: 7.30am-4:30pm / 6pm-10.30pm

Friday: 7.30am-4:30pm / 6pm-10.30pm

Saturday: 8.30am-4pm / 6pm-10.30pm

Sunday: 8.30am-4pm
Phone: +44 (0)207 401 2760
Email: eat@thetablecafe.com

www.thetablecafe.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Go for brunch, London!

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