Juliet’s Quality Foods
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The garden at Juliets “looks like a Moroccan courtyard that demands at least four glasses of sparkling wine” and yes, we are quoting ourselves now. The Tooting café is not your average brunch spot. There are flatbreads, cheese-covered hash browns, and a cannily named and cannily delicious ‘hungover sauce’.
Nibble of sourdough. Turn the page. Big bite of pork belly bánh mì. Turn the page. Sip of excellent coffee. Turn the page. Another nibble of their signature hash browns. If that doesn’t sound like a bloody lovely way to spend a day then, sorry, we can’t be friends anymore. This cool and casual Tooting café is a great place to pass a couple of hours and we’re not kidding when we say that they make some of the best brunch food in the game. Just be aware that they close at 3pm during the week, and you should also be aware that you need to try their pistachio cake. We repeat. Get the pistachio cake.