Coal Rooms is a train station restaurant. Not in that it serves week-old sausage rolls and spitefully priced Ribena, but in that it’s attached to Peckham Rye station. Any closer and you’d tap out to pay the bill here. This is a very good thing if you’re coming or going and need somewhere both reliable and tasty. Or if you’re looking for one of the best cheesy crumpets ever. Or a ten out of ten roast chicken on a Sunday.
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