If the name of this Bermondsey spot offends you then clearly you’ve never felt the rage of chasing up an unpaid invoice for the sixth time. Actually, feel free to use their name as the subject line of your next chase email. As you can probably guess from the name, this isn’t the most quiet or understated spot. There’s always music playing and you’ll find big colourful paintings on the walls, doodles everywhere, and an entirely terrifying doll’s head next to the till. Basically, you come here when you need a comfy sofa to work on and an atmosphere that’s upbeat enough to stop you nodding off mid email-sesh. Heads up, they’re open 7am to 7pm.
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