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The Table Café in Southwark is one of the hidden gems of the South Bank. Shaun Alpine-Crabtree, who with partners from the architectural practice Allies & Morrison, founded the restaurant over a decade ago and has been at the helm ever since.

The restaurant’s commitment to impeccable sourcing and quality British ingredients has been evident since day one. A ground-breaking collaboration with homeless charity St Mungo’s now sees The Table take herbs and vegetables on a daily basis, providing both revenue for the charity and an ongoing confidence boost for the workers in the allotments. A two star rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association is proof of Shaun’s commitment to sustainable and ethical sourcing.

Their all-day dining menu has proved to as popular at their award winning weekend Brunch menu so fans of The Table’s pancakes and waffles can now enjoy them mid-week too.

Whether you’re a returning friend or a new customer, Shaun looks forward to welcoming you to The Table Cafe. You can contact him at: shaun@thetablecafe.com.


Menu

Organic Scotch oats

With poached rhubarb, heather honey and pistachio

£6.00

Cinnamon-apple-granola

With Kappacasein Dairy yogurt and poached plums

£7.00

Kappacasein dairy yogurt

With fresh seasonal fruit and heather honey

£7.00

Lemon pancake

Sugar, fresh lemon and butter buttermilk pancake

£7.00

Bacon, banana and maple pancake

Crispy bacon, caramelised banana and maple syrup pancake

£8.00

Chocolate and berry pancake

Valrhona dark chocolate, summer berries, blueberry sauce and vanilla yogurt

£8.00

All-day breakfast pancake

Crispy bacon, creamy scrambled egg and our butcher’s best pork sausage

Pumpkin and pecan (gf)

Pumpkin and salted caramel pecan - made with buckwheat, corn and gluten-free flour

£7.00

Classic flat-iron waffle

Maple syrup and butter

£6.00

True Blue flat-iron waffle

Blueberries, berry sauce, double cream and maple syrup

£7.00

Belle Hélène flat-iron waffle

Saffron poached pear, hot chocolate sauce and mascarpone

£8.00

Graceland flat-iron waffle

Roasted marshmallows, toasted coconut, peanut butter, chocolate hazelnut sauce and double cream

£8.00

The Borough Full English

Two organic fried eggs, streaky bacon, pork & leek sausages, ham hock and chorizo baked beans, grilled tomato, garlic & thyme marinated flat mushrooms with wholemeal grilled sourdough toast

£12.50

The Veggie Borough

Two organic fried eggs, grilled halloumi, buttered spinach, veggie baked beans, grilled tomatoes, garlic & thyme marinated flat mushrooms with grilled wholemeal sourdough toast

£10.50

The Stack

A towering inferno of deliciousness - ham hock & chorizo baked beans, bagel, two poached eggs, hollandaise

£11.00

Brioche French toast

Baked brioche drenched in eggs and double cream, dusted with cinnamon sugar with caramelised plums and spiced yogurt

£8.00

Scrambled eggs and smoked salmon

Three free-range organic eggs, Isle of Lewis smoked salmon, wholemeal sourdough toast

£11.50

Breakfast bruschetta

Sliced plum tomatoes and avocado on sourdough toast with two poached eggs and grilled streaky bacon

£9.50

Eggs Benedict

The bacon one

£9.00

Eggs Royale

The salmon one

£11.00

Eggs Florentine

The spinach one

£8.00

The Table Cafe’s Caesar salad

With brioche croutons, grilled free-range chicken, aged parmesan, Romaine lettuce

£12.00

Salade Niçoise

With grilled yellow-fin tuna. Grilled yellow-fin tuna, fine green beans, artichokes, San Marzano tomatoes, salted anchovies, olives, Little Gem lettuce

£15.00

Caprese board

Burrata, San Marzano tomatoes, torn basil, extra virgin olive oil, homemade rosemary and black olive foccacia

£8.00

Spring board

Grilled English asparagus, lemon, artichoke dip, green bean, walnut and shallot salad, Kappacasein Dairy ricotta, foccacia, olive oil

£9.00

Smoked salmon sandwich

Isle of Lewis smoked salmon, soft goats cheese, heritage tomato, red onion relish, Lilliputian capers and dill with pumpernickel bread

£8.00

Chicken cutlet sandwich

Roasted plum tomatoes, robiola on toasted sourdough

£8.00

Slow-roast rare beef sandwich

Caramelised onions, blue cheese butter & rocket on rye

£8.00

The Brunch Burger

Speciality

100% Aberdeen Angus beef burger, Gloucester Old Spot pork patty, heritage beetroot relish, San Marzano tomatoes, avocado sauce, a fried duck egg, streaky bacon, applewood-smoked cheddar and grilled pineapple, brioche bun

£15.00

Jump Start smoothie

Banana, strawberry, heather honey, nutmeg, coconut milk

£6.00

Morning Glory smoothie

Pineapple, mango, lime, orange juice

£6.00

Oh Mary smoothie

Raspberry, blueberry, acai strawberry, coconut, almond milk

£6.00

About Last Night smoothie

Apple, banana, grapes, spinach, chia seeds, almond milk

£6.00

Milkshakes

Chocolate/Vanilla/Strawberry/Banana | Kid-size milkshake in a paper cup, straw and lid 3.5

£5.00

Americano/Latte/Cappuccino

(Allpress beans)

£2.50

Flat white

(Allpress beans)

£3.00

Espresso

(Allpress beans)

£2.00

Mocha

(Allpress beans)

£3.00

Macchiato

(Allpress beans)

£2.00

Brindisa hot chocolate

£3.00

Fresh ginger, mint and lemon tea

£3.50

Fresh mint tea

£3.00

English breakfast/ Earl Grey tea

Tea from Teapigs, Dulwich

£2.50

Rooibos/green tea/ Chamomile/peppermint

Tea from Teapigs, Dulwich

£2.80

Bloody Mary

£8.00

Blood orange Mimosa

£7.00

Negroni

£8.00

Aperol Spritz

£7.00

Glass of Prosecco

£6.00

Prosecco Frizzante Organic La Jara (crown cap) NV

Softly floral fuzzy peach and apricot. Lovely soft fizz, perfect balance. Touch of sweetness but you don't notice it.

Frizzante Rose Organic La Jara NV

Pale coral in colour from 10% of red Raboso grapes in the blend, this semi-sparkling rosé Prosecco has attractive redcurrant and strawberry aromas and is a little fuller than the white. Just off-dry and very moreish.

Champagne Collard-Picard Cuvee Selection Brut NV

A great value grower Champagne from a small, family-owned producer. A vibrant, medium-weight style with crisp green apple and biscuit flavour. The perfect sharpener.

£49.00

Olivier Coste Rose, Languedoc 2014

A fresh, dry, pale rosé from the insiders’ secret of Côtes de Thongue in southern France. Light, but with a head-turning squeeze of raspberry and melon fruit.

Cruz de Piedra Garnacha 2014

Rich plum and blackberry fruit with some underlying cedar and cinnamon spice. Smooth, juicy and easy-going, this is a straightforward, crowd-pleasing red.

SOLI Pinot Noir 2013

Pure and perfumed, this has cherry, clove and cinnamon aromas with sweetly earthy Pinot fruit underneath. Medium-bodied, with a sappy, resinous finish. Dangerously drinkable.

Chianti Rufina 'Cedro' Lavacchio 2011

Chianti is very variable in quality: this one is a winner. Each sip starts with deliciously ripe black and red cherry fruit, then finishes dry and savoury. A food-friendly wine with concentrated, long-lasting flavours and real elegance.

L'Appel des Sereines Syrah, Francois Villard, N Rhone 2012

This could only be from the Northern Rhône; violets, lilies and freshly cracked black pepper all soar from the glass. There is blackberry and black cherry fruit underneath and a spicy finish. A captivating wine that never fails to seduce.

Ar Guentota Malbec, Belasco de Baquedano, Mendoza 2011

Densely coloured, very full-bodied and packed full of concentrated flavour; blueberry and blackberry compote inlaid with coffee bean and wood spice. A velour-textured wine of considerable polish and vibrancy. Intense, juicy, long and totally harmonious, this is an exceptionally fine Malbec.

£40.00

Chateauneuf du Pape, Roger Perrin 2011

A traditional Châteauneuf-du-Pape from a small family-owned estate that has recently been receiving considerable acclaim. This has a wonderfully complex nose of Victoria plum and thyme alongside meat jus and leather. Rich and indulgent but not overly potent, this is savoury, balanced and altogether rather regal. If any wine can make you feel like Henry VIII, it’s Châteauneuf.

£46.00

Domaine Horgelus Sauvignon & Gros Manseng 2014

An electric crackle of pithy pink grapefruit and pineapple tang. Crisp, juicy and fresh.

A A Badenhorst Secateurs Chenin Blanc 2014

Incredibly vibrant, packed full of life and energy, this has flavours of yellow plum, lemon rind, honey and a zing of lemon sherbet on the finish. It’s full-bodied and packed full of flavour but still refreshes. Extraordinary value for money.

Domaine Louis Moreau Chablis 1er Cru 'Fourneaux' 2011

It smells like a handful of wet seashells scooped up from the beach – it could only be Chablis. And a good one; it’s intense, with mouth-watering lemon juice acidity and a long, mineral finish. Just what you want from a mature bottle.

Riesling Weingut Winter 2013

Packed full of luminous fruit flavour, this dry Riesling is intense and enlivening. Grapefruit, pineapple and lime zest along a keen mineral edge give this shimmering wine incredible purity and length of flavour

Bourgogne Chardonnay Domaine Thibert et Fils 2014

Affordable White Burgundy is hard to find. But here’s an up-and-coming producer from Pouilly-Fuissé who is destined for great things. This has inviting apricot and orange blossom aromas with a hint of spice underneath. On the palate it’s rich, with more stone fruit and a touch of honeycomb. Beautifully poised and balanced, it’s a wine of great class

£36.00

Keermont Terrasse 2013

This is one of South Africa’s greatest white wines. It makes a real impression, not through power and muscle – it’s a medium-bodied wine. Its secret is its perfect balance, defined flavours and long finish that ends with sea air and a whiff of smoke. Just wonderful.

£42.00
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