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Southside, Wandsworth - anything worth eating nearby?

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J Sheridan Jan 12, 2012 03:35 AM

Help! I'm going to Southside, Wandsworth to see The Artist with friends next week. Is there anywhere remotely edible within walkiing distance for a pre-film supper?

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    gembellina Jan 12, 2012 04:22 AM

    I've eaten at the pan-Asian place inside Southside which was surprisingly edible, though not exactly Chow-worthy. Your best bet might be something on Old York Road, just next to Wandsworth Town station. Haven't tried anywhere there as we are usually in too much of a rush to get to the film. I think I may have heard mediocre things about Konnigan's, though I'm willing to be corrected. Maybe someone else can chime in with something more helpful!

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      J Sheridan Jan 13, 2012 03:01 AM

      Thanks, I'd forgotten Old York Road. We'll probably go to Brady's.

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        bodessa Jan 16, 2012 12:15 PM

        Love Brady's - that sounds like quite the thing. Though to get you in the mood for the film, the Cat's Back isn't too far away - don't think it's food is massively chow-worthy, but it's a unique spot...

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          gembellina Jan 17, 2012 12:58 AM

          Is it nice? A friend lives in those apartment blocks so I walk past quite often, but the occasional characters standing outside on the pavement have always put me off going on!

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            J Sheridan Jan 17, 2012 01:26 AM

            Well, it's a very middle class chippy, but none the worse for that. The standard battered cod and haddock are fresh and delicious and you can also get grilled fish eg halibut. The house wine is cheap and very drinkable.. Luke Brady, the owner, is there most nights and there's always a cheerful buzz. I like it very much - though on this occasion time is extremely limited so we're going to try the pan-Asian place in Southside.

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              gembellina Jan 17, 2012 02:20 AM

              Good to know; I eat fish and chips so rarely that I want to make sure they're good when (if) I do. Will have to try. Though I was actually asking Bodessa about the Cat's Back!

              Good luck with the Asian place (I can't remember the name) I'd say it's better than Wagamama, which isn't hard, but nothing you'll want to write about here!

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