I've driven by here so many times and never had chance to go in. But I'm very glad I did. What a magnificent place. Tiny (seats 16 at most) but perfect.
The ebcb is tiny too. But not stingey small. More like a perfectly miniaturised ebcb - as though it was a piece of Japanese electronics. They've just crammed all the joy and detail of a bigger fry-up into this smaller, more convenient package. Look at the way almost every component is dangling over the edge of the plate. Brilliant. And delicious.
That's almost all of it right there. It's curved because of the railway arch. Got a big cycling poster. Behind the counter is the kitchen, if that's the right word. And the menus are there on the wall, no room, or need, for extra menus on the tables.
Despite the smallness of place look at the generosity of the condiments. And a bunch of flowers too. Splendid.
Fantastic crockery. This whole place has a slight worm-hole to the Festival Of Britain sense.
And it might be small but that doesn't mean it's not luxurious. You could settle back and relax in that padding. And look in the mirror, worry about how fat you're looking and order some more chips.
Nice to see some Christmas decorations still up. That's the festive/festival spirit. This is a brilliant place. Must go again. It's right by London Bridge so if you're passing by, pop in.