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Troy McClure 12:06 Thu Dec 21
Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Coming in from the West on Saturday - Any good ones? Maybe around Paddington, Liverpool Street, Mile End?

Thanks

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claret50 6:12 Sat Dec 23
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
The spoons close to the LS (Goldengrove?) is good value, get a good meal there and if your choice of drink is real ale it's included in the price

jfk 3:43 Sat Dec 23
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Bournemouth is where the old go to snuff it ain't it.
Hardly known for its cuisine.
Maureen's in Crisp Street Market is the bollocks and a lot closer to the new gaff than fucking Bournemouth
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Alfs 12:13 Sat Dec 23
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
I was in Bournemouth one lunchtime and walked past a cafe advertising 'All Day Breakfast £3.95'. I quite fancied a fry up so walked in and up to the counter where stood the Turkish proprietor.
"All day breakfast, please", I said.
"Finished at 12.00", he growled back.

ManorParkHammer 3:18 Fri Dec 22
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Old Ford Cafe.

eastham75 1:26 Fri Dec 22
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Maureen's Crisp street Market Pie and mash and normal café.

hammer205 12:21 Fri Dec 22
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Britannia opposite abbey arms in barking road Canning Town nearest tube

wanstead_hammer 12:13 Fri Dec 22
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Nicos is gone now gavros. It was alright in there for years.

Now another Starbucks. (surprise surprise).

RM10 9:17 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
decent cafes are hard to find these days mostly turks cooking them, but two out the way is bombers cafe orsett cock and sewardstone golf cafe chingford

Northern Sold 5:13 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Dunno

Troy McClure 5:03 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Still open then Soldo?

Northern Sold 3:13 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Kens Cafe

Woodford Green 3:12 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
go one stop past Stratford on the central line to Leyton and try the Royal Cafe. Been impressed every time ive been there.

aldgate 2:22 Thu Dec 21
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fair point branded but as i get older my tolerance for cheap breakfast pork products diminishes....

Troy McClure 1:50 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Cheers Aldgate - Defo giving that a go. We usually stop there on the way thru so happy days

BRANDED 1:49 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Hardly a greasy spoon. More like a silver spoon with some pancakes.

aldgate 1:42 Thu Dec 21
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breakfast club in spitalfields is worth a go - and you can booze there

Gavros 1:01 Thu Dec 21
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failing that Nico's cafe bethnal green tube is alright.

Gavros 1:01 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
the PIE CRUST on Stratford High st.

OccupyGreenStreet 12:56 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Pellicci's on Bethnal Green Road (BG tube, Central Line, between Liv St and Mile End), if it's still going. Used to be very good, bit out of the way pre-match, but you're coming in from that side of town.

Troy McClure 12:43 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
Thanks Len, appreciate it

Leonard Hatred 12:33 Thu Dec 21
Re: Best Pre-match Greasy Spoon recommendations
No.

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