Blue Brick Cafe, Dulwich
Have you heard of Blue Brick Cafe? No? Well, that’s ok cus’ neither had I!
Well, that was until I went for a beautiful Autumn Stroll with one of my favourite ladies, Claire.
She and I often take to the parks of London on the weekend to meander and discover as we go. This weekend after a beautiful Sober October Stretch at HotPodYoga we ventured out of Lambeth via Brockwell Park to go and explore the neighbouring Boroughs.
We found ourselves hungry and in search of food on Lordship Lane in Southwark. The quaint little street is littered with shops that are perfect for browsing – I would highly recommend for a stroll on the weekend.
Anyway back to the hunger…
We started making our choices when we saw a little blue sign with had an arrow… Blue Brick Cafe it then stated it sold Vegetarian food – which was what we were looking for. We took the risk and decided if it looked rubbish we would carry on… Thank Goodness we did!
We poked our head into this cute little cafe. The design was like a garden picnic with a mismatch of wooden furniture which added great character.
The staff were welcoming and warming as they advised us through the menu.
In true style, neither of us could come to a decision so we decided to get two things and share.
We opted for the Halloumi Salad with fennel, apple and salad
Followed by the Tomato and Ginger Vegetable Curry
Both were beautifully presented with edible flowers. The Halloumi Salad dressing was divine! The curry was perfect.
The grand total of the bill was less than £14 – winner
The ethos and character of this bistro really attracted me…
If you are looking for a winter warmer, in a beautiful cafe that is full of charm I would highly recommend visiting.
14 Fellbrigg Road
SE22 9HH, Dulwich