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6 February 2014

Eat at Terry's Cafe

Opened in 1982 by south Londoner and former Smithfield market butcher and pig farmer Terry Yardley, Terry's Cafe in Great Suffolk Street, a short walk from Borough Tube Station, is a characterful and timeless place adorned with old photographs, union jacks and well-turned-out staff, and serving good food six days a week from 7am - 2pm, Monday to Friday, and 7:30am - 12 noon on Saturdays. Though Terry himself passed away back in 2010, we are told that the cafe is now run by his son, Austin Yardley, who has worked in the family business since he was a young boy.

It isn't hard to see why Austin decided to take on the family business, and when your author dropped in recently a little after 7am the cafe was already fairly busy, and was turning out good food at reasonable prices as it has for more than 20 years. Some say Terry's is among the best breakfast fry-ups in London and though your author never really likes to choose the best of anything, it was certainly a great feed.

For more, see http://www.terryscafe.co.uk/

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