The Garden House London – Turkish breakfasts

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"The Garden House" in London is a Turkish restaurant where I love going for breakfast, especially after a long night. I recommend going for the menemen...

There are a number of Turkish food outlets on the high street, supplying Bruce Grove with delicious food at all times of the day. The garden house is both a Turkish café and a community hub. This spot is frequented by people from all walks of life and all aspects of the community. The menu is equally diverse – offering a number of breakfast, lunch and dinner options.

I would recommend going for breakfast where you can choose traditional Turkish dishes such as menemen – scrambled eggs cooked with a choice of meat, vegetables or cheese and served with warm flatbread. If that’s not for you, you can go for a mega full English breakfast – available for meat-eaters, vegetarians and vegans – which is sure to cure even the worst of hangovers.

One of the impressive things about this café is the bookshelf wall offering a huge range of Turkish language literature, which are available to borrow. In addition, they have a large outside area – great when the weather is warmer.

About this spot

410 High Rd

Mon - Thu 08:00 - 23:00, Fri - Sat 08:00 - 00:00, Sun 09:00 - 22:00

Breakfast:

£

6

+44

2088809212

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