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4 out of 5 Based on 8 reviews


Brunswick House Cafe is a cafe and restaurant located in in an architectural salvage shop in a Georgian building in South London.

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30 Wandsworth Road, London, SW8 2LG

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+44 20 7720 2926

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4 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Brunswick House Cafe

3.0 out of 5 18 March 2013
by C P.

I really wanted to like this place. It is quirky, unique and fun with tons of interesting vintage furniture and art work on display, but all that was not enough to get me to overlook the moldy smell, the slow service, and the limited menu.

I was there for lunch a few days ago, and for the 2 courses combo, there were only 3 mains and 2 desserts to choose from. It was a rather hard decision...more

5.0 out of 5 24 October 2012
by Robyn J.

Vauxhall is one of the dullest areas in London. Even the runway to outer space outside the station does nothing to alleviate its unattractiveness, packed as it is between grey buildings, St George's Wharf, convoluted roads and a supremely ugly roundabout.

But in amongst the gloom, there is a gem. You've probably unknowingly walked past it hundreds of times. It's an old Georgian building...more

4.0 out of 5 4 July 2011
by Katherine R.

I love coming here, it is a very attractive building and the atmosphere is welcoming and eccentric.

The food and wine are great quality and more interesting than the normal fare you get.

The cocktails are delcious and lethal.

The staff are lovely and enthusiastic.

I dropped one star as service is often slow and it is a little pricey.more

3.0 out of 5 4 March 2011
by bron99

This is a delightful place for lunch - huge, endearingly shambolic interior, great mix of furniture and chandeliers and the odd doric column - it's hugely welcoming in a way that the generic chains could never be.

Menu is short but tempting, food is extremely good, well made, tasty, great quality and very reasonably priced. It changes daily but today there was mac & cheese, mortadella and...more

4.0 out of 5 13 July 2010
by Mark L.

One of the more characterful places around Vauxhall Cross, this provides a nice alternative to Starbucks / Pret / Aqua Brasserie / Young's Riverside, all of which are, to put it simply, a bit samey, and don't do enough to stand out.

Tucked away in the Lassco architectural salvage shop,the cafe provides a decent selection of coffees, nibbles, and bites to eat, with tables in a little outside...more