Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by gaijingirl, Feb 11, 2015.
A visit to one did not answer the question for me.
is there one of those near Clapham Junction too? - something similar anyway - whenever we've passed by on a Sunday morning there's a huge queue outside. I always wondered why would anyone spend their Sunday morning queuing for breakfast...
Yeah, there's a newish one on Battersea Rise. They're fine but not worth the queue imo.
the Soho one didn't have a queue when we went but then it was in the evening...
just realised that kishmish (which I want to try) in Crystal Palace is BYOB.
Marie's cafe in waterloo. Very cheap BYOB Thai cafe. Was pretty quiet last night. Good food & atmosphere
Have you tried Greenz, the vegetarian restaurant by Tulse Hill Station? I noticed they are byob yesterday.
no and have been meaning to for ages - being vegetarian myself and in a little group who checks out new veggie restaurants. The main problem is that they are 7th Day Adventists and so keep quite unusual hours. Also, if I'm honest, the lack of booze put us off - but I didn't realise you were allowed to BYOB - last time I looked it was just alcohol free - that's tempting - although I'd be a bit worried about being smited or something.
I didn't check the hours Hopefully they'll be open one Saturday teatime and we can check it out. The byob is on a bit of paper stuck to the window, might be a new thing.
Hopefully they don't interrogate customers on their beliefs when taking your order, but I'll get the tiddler to answer as her Year 1 RE classes seem to have converted her into a rabid evangelist in the last month
Sunday: 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
& supper: 5:30 pm – 10 pm
Tuesday: 5:30 pm – 10 pm
Wednesday: 5:30 pm – 10 pm
Thursday: 5:30 pm – 10 pm
Saturday: 5:30 pm - 10 pm
Oh, on the website I linked to I didn't think to look
The Beach Hut a great chippy in Highbury Barn... always a warm welcoming atmosphere too... the owners are brill and have old rock and roll and blues/jazz playing...
Update on Beyrouth's Stratham: although they now sell wine and beer they do still allow BYOB. £1.50 per head corkage.
Cheap and cheerful, and the food is lovely - Monsoon in Tufnell Pk
quite a few in Balham.
Ale and Spice- Sri Lankan
Mamaris- decent Turkish kebab/grill
another thai place a couple of doors up from Ale and Spice who's name escapes me.
Many of the curry house's in Tooting are BYOB.
I like this thread, I rarely eat anywhere that isn't BYOB
The India Club on the Strand (Aldwych end) is BYOB. It has an old school, colonial feel. Very cheap.
Is it all Breakfast style food though? Breakfast is the only meal I wouldn't really fancy booze with TBH.
Kishmish in Crystal Palace - opposite the bus station - is BYOB and lots of people miss it because it's downstairs.
But it's lovely. It even has an outside eating area.
And it does veggie food, which interest the OP.
Have you tried it?
Lahore Kahari in Tooting.
Hi - I've been there - it's very nice. After Japanese my favourite kind of food.
I know lots of people who really rate it, including people I have been there with but, both times I have been, I have chosen badly and ended up with a dish I really dislike. The same dish!!
oh no! I just went the once but enjoyed everything I ate.
I am quite convinced that it is me at fault. I just have to try and remember what it was that I ordered, so that I don't order it again
Something to do with eggs, I recall, because I thought I was going to get an egg curry and I didn't.
Why would anyone want to drink booze with breakfast food too? It's just weird.
Persopolis in Peckham.
is this a veggie place?
Flamin Mangal in Peckham i hear is also BYOB
Thai Grocer on Garratt Lane.
It is, vegetarian and vegan predominantly.
I thought it was a shop. Have they expanded?
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