The caption reads:
“Scootercaffe, formerly a scooter shop (Scooterworks, which relocated in Bermondsey) and coffee bar with a resident cat. Now it’s just a caff with a cat. Lower Marsh Street.”
Anyone ever been here? Worth a trip? People on Qype think so. It got all 4 or 5 star reviews from everyone! Live music mid-week on Tuesday and Wesnesday and you can have a conversation over cocktails in a candlelit basement. There are, apparently, about 4 cats and tip money goes to their food fund (not that they probably don’t get enough of that from roaming around the place all day…) Qype reviews also tell me they have free films there on Monday nights.
Think I’m going to have to go down and scope it out!
My friend J and I went to Hell on Friday night to tuck into some tasty Lust and Pandemonium. Pizza that is. And by Hell, I mean Hell in Fulham. It’s a completely down-to-earth pizza joint with 90’s grunge pumping into the restaurant lit with flickering candle lights in dungeon-style ring chandeliers. There’s gold-framed comic demons on black walls and down the stairs near the toilets, red devils painted in the hallway.
Beside the atmosphere, this New Zealand franchise served up some of the best pizza I’ve had in London. There are many options with some funky combinations of ingredients. They have some veggie options like Damned, Pride and Purgatory. Or you could go for Sloth, Wrath, Envy or perhaps Gluttony?
As for us, we shared the two below and had plenty to take home for breakfast the next day: