This neighbourhood café in Camberwell has all the things you want from a great little coffee spot. Local artists’ work for sale on the walls, breakfast, light bites, plenty of plugs for your freelance needs, and some really great coffee. They grow fresh produce out in their back garden, and it’s the kind of rustic, casual place you can picture an actual lumberjack living in, or, at the very least, a few bearded artists with a penchant for timber. As well as your café classics like avo on toast, there’s also daily salads, frittatas, and £12 sharing boards, but really, it’s the coffee and chilled feel you’re here for.
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