Discussion in 'Brixton' started by Crispy, May 1, 2012.
Khamsa is quite meaty.
There's Ella's seafood place of course.
Where shall I go for dinner (between 12-1) today? Licenced premises only, please.
Bit early for dinner?
Not in the real world.
There is a fair amount of choice? Pub or food place or are you not fussed? Is lasagne essential?
I was pretty impressed with the club sandwich, chips & pint for £4.95 in The Alb*rt the other week.
I wonder if the new place next to the Phoenix that used to be a fish shop will be open (LOL, etc).
It is a good lunch deal at the Albert. I had the steak baguette once and the tuna melt the other time. Both decent at the price.
I dunno. There is a new pizza place in the arcade claiming to be the best in Brixton.
you get a good lunch deal at the place that used to the noodle house (gyoza?). bento box for a fiver i think. and they're licensed.
I would go to the Trinity, because the outside tables are in the full sun and it's nice and quiet on the square.
Yes, I went there the other week actually. Not bad but their bottled beer isn't cheap.
All good points. But they've (apparently) stopped doing the 2 burgers for a tenner deal and me & my mate have done all of the questions in that 'logo' board game they've got in there.
Feared it might be. I'll save it for a meateater. We've done Ella's.
People who think fish is a vegetable.
I might just do Khaosarn if I can book a table.
I do like a pint of Special though.
I am tempted to try it then claim false advertising if they are not as good as FM.
Not Brixton, but if you're after fish my mate runs The Fish Club on Clapham High Street (it's nearest to Clapham North) which is kind of a like a posh chippy with a fantastic range of fish (and fully licenced.)
Less appetising question.
If we pick up a van tomorrow to dump some garden waste and old furniture which dump should we go to? They all seem to have different rules and I can't be sure on my phone looking at the Lambeth website?
your neighbour told me he goes to the one in Battersea with his garden waste.
E2A - though I think that one is closing soon/may have already closed. The other one I think that takes garden stuff is Smugglers Way in Wandsworth. I don't think the one in West Norwood takes garden rubbish.
Will they also take some of the household waste? Plan is to clear some of the stuff down the side of the house too, mattresses and such?
Smugglers Way would be your best bet.
I think so - check the link above. But for £25 the council will collect the lot and save you all the hassle - this also entitles you to a few other collections over the course of the year IIRC.
The Lambeth collections are limited to a couple of bags, we did try to sort this but just gonna blitz the whole lot.
Seems Battersea one is now closed.
Got it and sorted. Bloody painful process. Guess it should be but just made me really want to flytip
Flytip Nandos? That would be a way to show them your displeasure
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