'My Tea Shop' underneath London Bridge Station on Duke Hill Street has re-opened following the death of Ronaldo, its previous and long-time owner. This must be one of the smallest, cosiest cafes in London, not counting the green huts used by cab drivers. The new owners have kept the interior just as it was, complete with a good square yardage of vintage Formica. The Still water boiler alas has disappeared, but they've stopped making spare parts for them. The food remains slightly better quality than most cafe fry-ups which are usually all done on the griddle these days. Scotti's Snack Bar on Clerkenwell Green is a nice old-school cafe run by a father-and-son team. The interior is very worn but kept clean in a spartan masculine fashion. When it is gone it will be replaced with some walk-in looking glass for ambitious people to preen in, so visit it while you still can.