The South London Gallery in Peckham houses the no.67 cafe – an independent establishment where we arrived for Brunch on a sunny spring morning.
The exterior, while on the main road, would be an excellent place to sip away at some Pimms in the summer but on this day we headed inside.
The cafe itself is split into 2 – a bright airy section at the back with the families of the neighbourhood or a cosy section at the front with couples tucking into their meals.
The menu covers the usual brunching accoutrements with small twists splashed throughout.
Husband opts for the Eggs Benedict with Spinach and Gravadlax Cod to accompany, while I couldn’t resist the Waffles with Bacon & Bourbon syrup.
I had serious food envy over Husband’s eggs but that quickly dissipated on my first bite of the waffles. Soft with a bit of crunch, hot and perfectly cooked bacon was made only the better with the bourbon syrup.
I wouldn’t have ever said I was a fan of the spirit but somehow the spirit conveyed the smell and flavour without the harsh (to my tongue) tastes.
All in all, a perfect start to a weekend morning – I will certainly be back. And next time I’ll be trying the Spanglish – a full breakfast with the addition of Chorizo!