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Didn’t think that greasy spoons could be Grade-II listed as a historical building? Well this one is. Having been in the family since 1900, it’s safe to say they know what they’re doing. With formica tables, a heavy regular population, and a good dose of banter, it’s clear to see why business is still booming. With the current owner holding court in the kitchen like she’s been doing since 1961, it’s like a bite in time served with a wink and a smile.

London

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Didn’t think that greasy spoons could be Grade-II listed as a historical building? Well this one is. Having been in the family since 1900, it’s safe to say they know what they’re doing. With formica tables, a heavy regular population, and a good dose of banter, it’s clear to see why business is still booming. With the current owner holding court in the kitchen like she’s been doing since 1961, it’s like a bite in time served with a wink and a smile.