Relaxed and cosy cafe only 3 minutes from my home, but pretty easy to get to from most of London via Northern line. The decor is stylish but not too modern or minimal. It fells really comfortable.
Lunch menu is very traditional and typical of many a cafe or pub lunch menu. Freshly prepared wraps, sandwiches, baps and baguettes (they have delicious fillings that are a cut above. Good choice of Burgers with extras available and served with a lovely newspaper lined metal wire basket full of delicious fluffy and crispy chips (all home made). Alongside delicious rich fair trade coffees on the drink menu are bottled beers, wines and a selection of classic cocktails. The atmosphere is lovely and it was surprisingly busy for a weekday lunchtime. Great place to meet friends for coffee and so much more personal than Cafe Nero and Starbucks across the road. Also perfect for a romantic little date. it’s the sort of place that will put you at you ease but it still feels special.
Dinner is a little more of an upmarket affair, though sticking to the rustic theme. It has a lovely hearty Mediteranean feel. The steaks looked delicious as did generally, all of the food!
102 Tooting High Street
SW17 0RR – 020 8767 1122
Monday – 8.30am to 5pm
Tuesday to Friday – 8.30am to 10.30pm
Saturday – 9am to 10.30pm
Sunday – 9am to 6pm
The Mango Tree
Welcome to mango tree london, located in belgravia and serving the best in traditional thai food. please take a look at our menus and book a table online.
part of parent company coca restaurants in asia, mango tree is our flagship thai restaurant in europe. our work has paid off, with mango tree winning numerous awards, commending our food creations and polished service. this has been the result of speedy growth which has continued unabated since 2001.
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Quite simply a classic, delicious, refreshing and rich and saucy at the same time. A perfect lunch or light super, you could always add new potatoes to make more of a meal out of it.
leftover roast chicken
baby gem lettuce
good olive oil
Slice chicken, toss with leaves, rip bread and fry into croutons. shave parmesan, add anchovies and drizzle dressing.
Caesar salad at Nichols Restaurant in Marina del Rey, California. :Comment: “A far cry from the original ;]]” — ONE of many variations. See e.g. Doral Chenoweth on this. As an eye-catcher in Caesar salad, it should be replaced by something like this, as soon as available. — any IP 12:43, 30 July 2007 (UTC) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Vinegar & Olive Oil (Photo credit: Wikipedia)