photo credit: Aleksandra Boruch

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Lomond Coffee


Arch 7, 4 Market yard, London
Earn 3X Points

Sometimes it’s just about heating up a cinnamon bun and serving it with lashings of butter. Lomond, a pocket-sized cafe in Deptford’s railway arches, is really good at that—the small stuff. Bagels come with the fillings of avocado and bacon, but the bacon’s got a maple glaze and an oozy fried egg’s orange yolk waterfalls over the whole thing when cut. Nothing is rushed here. It’s the kind of place where unhurried chats with the staff are had about Guinness cake (it's very good) and the playlist (also good), before helpful menu recommendations are given. Deli essentials like Torres crisps and wine are sold too, propped up against the racing green counter. On an average morning, there’ll be solo eaters, reading while slurping from turmeric-coloured mugs, and locals who have come specifically for the sujuk (Turkish sausage), all appreciating the comforting breakfast classics with a little added care.

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photo credit: Aleksandra Boruch

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photo credit: Aleksandra Boruch

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