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Monday 7 July 2008 6.50am
and for spelling mistakes....see Trafalgar turned into Trafalger on the roadwork signs in old kent road! don't they ever check these signs before displaying them for all the world to see?
Monday 7 July 2008 8.51am
The new hoardings definitely are a great improvement and hopefully we'll have a cafe in there in a couple of months time. Interestingly, I read on a local blog (forget the link) that there have been over 20 expressions of interest in the toilets...

Monday 7 July 2008 9.37am
As if there aren't enough places to get a greasy fried breakfast on Grange Road already...
Monday 7 July 2008 10.01am
My understanding from the developers is that it will be a modern, deli-style cafe/bistro, not a greasy spoon...
Monday 7 July 2008 10.29am
Greasy spoon or deli/bistro, it's going to be people with enterprise putting hard work and hope into it, and I say good luck to them.
Monday 7 July 2008 1.22pm
Anyone know anything new on the Grange Rd./TBR loo site?
Monday 7 July 2008 1.35pm
That's real frontier territory for a 4,000 sq ft restaurant unit. Good luck to them indeed, but I think they may be ahead of themselves - the only nearby establishment is Arancia. Or actually the Grange is OK for pub food.

It's a whole different world from the Hartley/Bermondsey kitchen, and a whole lot bigger.
Monday 7 July 2008 2.04pm
The Grange may be ok for pub food, but that's for sale. Does anybody know why?
Friday 10 October 2008 9.03am
landlord wants to move to spain. The food is great there - nice steak salad and chips for 6.50.

ref the Arancia - seems to me it went down hill, big time for my last visit in may - is it better now?
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