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Small portions, an hours wait between servings, unremarkable food, wedged in a table sharing plates with strangers. Expensive drinks. Came out still hungry and skint.
A rubbish night, you would be better off at the local chippy.
With so many options for brunch in Balham, Brother Marcus is one of my favourites. Always a slight wait as it’s so popular, but usually great service and delicious food. My favourite is the Brother Special. Some of the best tasting salmon I’ve ever had....More
Visited here with my daughter whilst visiting before going to Twickenham to watch Harlequins and Wasps. My daughter had raves about the belly pork brunch she had had a week or two earlier. She was disappointed as it did not match her experience previously. I...More
Went here today with my dad. Had heard good things before hand. We were served at our table with water and menus promptly. I Ordered the salt beef bagel with a horseradish mayo (in-law) and my dad got the Marcus breakfast. The food was excellent...More
This is a great brunch spot. Often so busy you have to queue but well worth it. With so many brunch places around to choose from, it can sometime be a turn off when you see a queue, however if you get here in good...More
We had the most amazing brunch here last week. We came in early and got a table right away, though later some people were queuing up. The place is small, as I find that most London cafes are, but warm and cosy. The menu had...More
I came here with my wife a couple of Sundays ago. I had the step sister - sweet potato, courgette and feta fritters, avocado and spinach, kale, turmeric yoghurt & a poached egg. All delicious although the fritters were a bit bland and everything was...More
Just go with the flow and stick it out in the queue. Maybe have a coffee to take your mind off the waiting because this isn’t too big a place. With intriguing drinks like a Sugar Daddy and old school music in the background, this...More