The BC Map Updated

The Brockley Central map has been updated.



Reflecting both the speed of change that has taken place in the area and the sloppiness with which we run this site, a lot of changes and additions have been necessary including, in no particular order:

The Old Haberdasher, Le Delice, The Gantry, The Dog and Bell, Misty Moon Gallery, Gently Elephant, The Albany, Chinwag, the London Theatre, New Cross House, Malaysian Deli, Bird of Paradise, Arlo and Moe, Slater and King, Cash Tech, London Print Shop, Nisa, The White Room, Pistachios, El's Kitchen, Brockley Bikes, Big Red Pizza, Nandi Nandi, The Ravenbourne Arms, The New Cross Inn and The Allotment.

It's not a definitive guide, just stuff that we think is good and noteworthy. If you're on Pinterest, we also use that to keep track of interesting venues in Brockley and the wider South East Central area.

14 comments:

RobC said...

Can you add Top Chef Cafe to the list please?

Brockley Nick said...

Please send me a review.

Anonymous said...

21st Century Tattoos never get a mention. They are superb

Floyd said...

Tasty honest food that doesn't break the bank.

gimmegrease said...

Make your own map of your favorite greasy spoons, bookies and chicken shops if you want.

Brockley Badger said...

I second that. Quality, traditional and honest fare that everyone can afford.

Spincat said...

Good honest tasty grub with no airs and graces

IoP Library said...

Honest, hearty fare that won't leave you out of pocket

Brockley Nick said...

I know I write flimsy reviews, but is that honestly the best that you guys can do?

IoP Library said...

Quality nosh that doesn't leave you short

NAT said...

Say something about the sausage wouldn't ye? It's pretty unique.

Gutbuster said...

It has not only the cheapest sausages in Brockley but they are almost vegetarian....were it not for their prodigious lard holding capacity.

Personally I go there for the formica table/plastic seat/no frills/cheap prices/fills your gut/soiled clothing welcome feel to the place.

This greasy spoon is almost unique in Brockley, except for the one opposite, the Central cafe further down the road and the Star Cafe in Crofton Park.....and the others around Brockley Cross.

I notice none of these get much attention.

Eddie Teetree said...

Hi there and really glad to have found you lot :-)
Do hope I'm not intruding.
I chose this section of your blog as it appears to be about location.

We are an Australian family looking for a lovely old house with garden for under £1mill in an area strong on community and family. Ive already short-listed Honor Oak Park and Forrest Hills and I am here to ask if anyone can offer other suggestions. The trick though is that we want to feel as though we are actually living in England, unlike here in Fulham which feels anything but!

Thanks in anticipation.

Monkeyboy said...

Eddie, yes Fulham is known for its lack of authenticity. The Kings Road especially is as apealing as a Las Vegas side street at four in the morning, although it has its fans on this blog. As it happens I live in a fantastic Victorian terrace which can be snapped up for £999,000, im willing to negotiate. As you may have heard, Brockley is the new Belgravia. I'd buy quick before the oil money discovers it.

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