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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Brunswick House Cafe
30 Wandsworth RoadLondonSW8 2LG
Coffee was fine. Put off by a menu that was trying to be haute cuisine. Starter contained frozen beans. Chocolate mousse looked like someone had poured out of a pot, presentation resembling something a dog would do, no cinnamon as the menu said and weighed in at £5.50. Service was patchy, a waitress who mumbled unhelpfully and a kitchen staff member who who was clearly hungover and crashed...more
I've only had coffee here, but every time it has been wonderfully prepared, served in a fantastically individual surrounding. Beforehand, of a weekend, it's lovely to walk around the rooms and take in the cornucopia of housewares from seemingly every era.
The latte is well executed, and my friends speak highly of the other coffees. The cucumber water is also very nice.
Vauxhall has a few...more
Delicious little spot. The restaurant itself is very unique with all sorts of eclectic furnishings (think lots of different light fixtures for instance).
I came here with a friend for dinner and was quite impressed. We went on a Tuesday night so the place wasn't overly busy (probably no need to book ahead on quiet weekday nights) or too loud. My friend had the onglet (truly delicious if...more
Brunswick House Cafe, situated on the main road (Wandsworth Road), jut a stone throw away from Vauxhall Underground Station is a unique little venue. If you don't know where you are going, then you could quite easily pass it by, mistaking it for a garden centre or something similar.
The service is slow but friendly. The drinks are lacking in variety and the food is pricey but tasty and more...more
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