Cafe Nunu, Putney Bridge Station, Fulham

Visited: Sunday 6th December 2009

Interior: Nunu does not look particularly promising from the outside, but inside is a lovely tiled tearoom, full of period features, light and air.  The famous River Cafe (no, not that one) being closed at 3.30 on a Sunday afternoon, we were particularly pleased with the welcome, which remained sunny and welcoming even once we realised we were the last people in the caff.  The elegant toilet was also notable for the ‘Khazi’ sign *inside* the inner door.

Food: Cheese and tomato toasty was a proper breville, rather than ‘2 slices of toast with some cheese and cold tomato stuck in’. Tea was a little milky for my taste, but repeated bashing of the teabag released a good brew in the end.  The range of sandwich fillings seemed to go beyond the norm.

All in all, worth finishing a thameside walk at Putney Bridge just to go this caff.

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