Crystal Palace/Sydenham/Penge Chitter Chatter

Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by FoxyRed, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. Guineveretoo

    Guineveretoo Mostly bewildered

    That place has improved in recent months :)
     
  2. komodo

    komodo Well-Known Member

    The food in Reunion is fine and the garden at the back as lovely as ever.
     
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  3. discobastard

    discobastard Well-Known Member

    That is indeed a shame, more than once I went in for their BCM - beans, cheese and marmite on granary toast :thumbs:
     
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  4. oryx

    oryx Sitting on the bock of the day

    Yes, I used to like that! BCM is very easy to replicate at home and became one of my favourite working-from-home lunches.

    I enjoyed Domali occasionally when I worked in CP. Also liked the enormous veggie sausage and salad sarnies. That was a frighteningly long time ago though...
     
  5. colacubes

    colacubes Well-Known Member

    The food in The White Hart is really good. We go about once a month for the quiz and I've never had a duff meal there :thumbs:
     
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  6. Guineveretoo

    Guineveretoo Mostly bewildered

    I’ve had several duff (vegetarian) meals there over the years but, as I say, they’ve certainly improved.
     
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  7. gaijingirl

    gaijingirl Well-Known Member

    I'm the same as you. I used to go there quite a bit years ago when I was working nearby and then occasionally after and it was always busy. I've no idea why they decided to relaunch and the whole buggy-gate thing when they seemed to be doing fine.
     
  8. RubyToogood

    RubyToogood can't remember what goes here

    Really? I hate it. They're a total chain (Mitchell and Butler like the Commercial in HH) and it's all out of the freezer and then microwaved etc. Treat yourselves and try the Sparrowhawk some time.

    I used to like the White Hart but got fed up of the relentlessly crap veggie menu options.
     

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