The Deptford Brunch Club


The Deptford Brunch Club is a new outdoor pop-up brunch club, right in the heart of Deptford.

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The Deptford Brunch Club is a new outdoor pop-up brunch club, right in the heart of Deptford.

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The Deptford Brunch Club has become a firm fixture on the South East London food scene.

With just 6 weeks to go of a 16 week run, the outdoor event pops up every week in the middle of Deptford Market, animating the normally subdued Sunday mornings in Deptford Town Centre. It’s a low key laid back affair with diners sharing communal tables and their shared their love of food.

Recently named as one of the top ‘Bottomless Brunches in London’ by the Evening Standard, its chefs are rotated weekly with an average meal costing £15 for 2-3 courses plus unlimited drinks including booze.

It showcases some of London’s newest chefs and street food entrepreneurs.
Chefs showing off their culinary skills include Lem Lem Kitchen, Inapikkle, Hank’s Po Boys, Flippin’ Cow, The Cheeky Indian.

Ash Sutaria director of the The Cheeky Indian said: Like a lot of new chefs we operate in east London so we’re really excited about heading south. This is our chance to step away from street food for a day and do something different. We've taken the best bits from our menus and 'brunched' them together to create an amazing food experience called Deptford Via Aggra. Menu highlights include Pappodom Preach, the Hydera-Bad Boy Bap and unlimited Lilt Tilt’

Another new chef on the bill is Lem Lem Kitchen. Owner Makda Harlow said: ‘We’ve been planning a pop-up for a while now, but had yet to find the right venue. Then we discovered the Deptford Brunch Club through another chef – Hank’s Po Boys. We love the concept and think the informal quirky nature of it would suit our menu and approach well.’

She added ‘The history and location on the horn of Africa of Eritrea is reflected in its food. Spices from the east, grains from Africa, pulses and bean dishes from the Ottomans and more recently a strong Mediterranean influence from the Italians make up a distinctive cuisine that may remind you of lots others but is in itself is unique. Expect spicy meat and lentil stews, fresh salads, plenty of chillies, tomatoes, even some pasta and of course the ubiquitous sour spongy flat bread injera.'

The Deptford Brunch Club is held in a marquee on Douglas Square, (next to the Albany Theatre) Douglas Way Deptford SE8 4AG and runs until the end of October 2014

Nearest train stations: Deptford and New Cross, DLR Deptford Bridge.
Buses: 47, 53, 177, 225, 453, 199 and 188.

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