Wednesday, 29 September 2010

The Copper Kettle Café - Rochester Way

I took my first visit to the Copper Kettle Café on the Kidbrooke Parade yesterday and I wasn't disappointed.

Run by a Turkish family, the place is usually busy with friendly staff who seem to be on first name terms with many of the customers.

For my first time I ordered a bacon sandwich and coffee figuring these would be good benchmarks to judge the place on.

The coffee was smooth and tasty and the bacon sandwich was made from thick slices of white bread and crispy bacon.

It was also very reasonable costing just £2.10 for both.

Other items on the menu included a turkish sausage panini which I may be tempted next time and the truly terrifying mega burger, which I won't!

These monsters were a hot topic in the café when I visited yesterday.

Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a prize for finishing one, although arguably the resultant rise in social status would be worth it alone.

So what do you think? Have you visited the Copper Kettle? Is there anywhere else in Kidbrooke I should try?

All pictures are from the Copper Café Facebook group which you can access via their free Wifi.

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