Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 13 and Version 12 of Postal Order, SE19 3RW
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* [https://worldofspoons.wordpress.com/2016/11/27/the-postal-order-upper-norwood/ World Of Spoons review]
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It's a fairly standard Wetherspoons: patterned carpet, low ceiling, a couple of booths at the back, and local history displays on the walls.
Kake visited on a Wednesday afternoon in July 2014. It was fairly empty when I arrived around 4pm, but by 5:30pm there were a fair few people in and a very lively buzz of conversation (but still plenty of free tables). As is usual with Wetherspoons, no music was playing. Service was friendly and helpful. A pint of lime and soda was 65p.
Food is served all day. In July 2014, Kake's starter portion of spicy coated king prawns (£3.90 for six) had a good, crisp batter with no traces of grease, and the prawns themselves were perfectly cooked. (I've had this dish in several Wetherspoonses, and this version was probably the best.)
Accessibility: Step-free to get in, step-free throughout, and there's an accessible toilet on the ground floor (other toilets are up two or three flights of stairs).
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