Crystal Palace Market, SE19 2TF

A relaxed restaurant and wine bar on the North-East corner of the Crystal Palace triangle. The interior has a gastropub vibe, with smart wooden furniture, bare floorboards and industrial-style lightbulbs, and it can get quite noisy as a result.

Kat and a friend visited for brunch on a Sunday in February 2017. We'd booked a table online, and at 12pm it was fairly busy with locals and young families. We chose from the breakfast menu (served until 12.30 at weekends) — a full English (£9.50) came with a pot of tea included. Salmon, avocado and poached egg with rocket salad (£7.50) was a generous portion and the salmon wasn't overdone. Service was friendly and efficient; a jug of tap water with a few slices of cucumber was brought to our table straight away and topped up throughout the meal. With service and an extra cup of tea each, the bill came to £15/head.

Kat's verdict: the food was good — I'd probably come back and try the burger menu.

Accessibility: No step to get in. Didn't check the toilets.

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Last visited by Kat, February 2017. Opening hours taken from the Crystal Palace Market website, February 2017.
OS X co-ord: 533707 OS Y co-ord: 170709 (Latitude: 51.419632 Longitude: -0.078485)
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