Rock Steady Rum Lounge (East Dulwich)

Rock Steady Rum Lounge (East Dulwich)

A friendly café at the heart of east Dulwich serving excellent coffee and delicious food with a Caribbean theme in a warm and vibrant atmosphere.

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Guide to North Cross Road shops etc

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This is an updated guide to North Cross Road in East Dulwich, London, SE22,  North Cross Road  has a excellent selection of independent shops and services.

Buses: 12, 40, 176, 185, P13 Visit the The East Dulwich Guide (est. 2003) home page for SE22’s best bars, cafes, food shops, restaurants, community page plus illustrated local history & property guides, It is part of the South London Guide (est. 2003) which profiles the best independent businesses in SE & SW London.

Fresh Flower Company 9 North Cross Road, 020 8299 2552 Established in 2003 by Fran, the Fresh Flower Company, London, ensures the creation of unique and stunning designs for weddings private parties, offices and corporate events.

Nov 2011) Rye Books is moving to 47 North Cross Road020 3581 1850 Cafe bookshop with new & used books of all kinds.

Willow (Est. 1997) 33 North Cross Road, 020 8693 8292 Fab gift shop selling lighting, jewellery, cufflinks, furniture, soft furnishings, luxury bath products, mirrors, cards & wrap.

Dulwich and East Dulwich: Local's guide | TOLLA 2014 | Time Out ...

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Blue Mountain | Restaurants in East Dulwich, London

Review analysis

An East Dulwich institution and a key fixture on busy North Cross Road, Blue Mountain’s quirky mosaic frontage adds a splash of colour and a dash of fun to the area.

The organic Full Monty fry-ups are as famous as Blue Mountain itself – double sausage, bacon, egg, tomato, mushrooms, toast and a tea or coffee (with a veggie option too) – and there’s a nice line in high-cal comfort cakes such as chocolate fudge, banoffee pie and carrot.

But there’s also good value to be had from the lunch menu, which includes fish cakes, a mezze platter, a seriously meaty burger (with fat jacket chips), and assorted salads and sandwiches.

A blackboard displays more sophisticated daily specials such as grilled trout, but if you’re hungry the jerk chicken with rice and peas will set you up for anything (and be sure to order some plantain on the side).

Changing art exhibitions by south London artists, and a crammed noticeboard add to the busy vibe; this is a friendly café at the heart of the local action.