It is a secret-place, No one talks about it but in fact, I always meet someone I know when i'm going.
it's a bakery with a lot of different breakfasts: french with delicious pains au chocolat or croissants, greek with some feta cheese pastry.I am a big fan of their rasperry turnover!
It's really cheap as you can have a lot of things to eat for £2 or £3.
There's only one coffee-table but it's an occasion to meet new people in your area.
The staff is extraordinarily kind, they always ask you how you feel and they remember you and your order. You can call for reserve several pains au chocolat if you don't want to go at 9 in the morning.
They are also doing salty sandwiches tomatoe, cheese, onions, meat, potatoe, spinach. So you can go for a lunch break too.
It's a pleasure to go there even if you woke up badly or had a bad day, they make you smile again.
I actually ducked into this little Pattiserie on my way home today. I found it to be very pleasant, and it was just the place I was after. The man behind the counter was lovely, which made it even better.
It is more of a place to grab a quick snack rather than a place to sit down and eat. There is a nice selection of savoury and sweet things. I tried a spinach and cheese Burek, as I find they are the ideal thing to pick up if you are in a bit of a rush. It definitely hit all the right spots and it only cost me 1.50.
I didn't try the coffee as I am a bit sceptical when it is not a reputable establishment. I found the place to be quite charming, and I would definitely incorporate it into my routine if I frequented Stoke Newington.
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