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Mediterranean bar and restaurant on South End.

According to a Croydon Radio interview with the owner in August 2012, it's fine to come in just for a drink, though the main focus of the place is as a restaurant. According to the same interview, they welcome children, and highchairs are available.

See also:

It was previously a tapas restaurant called Bodega photo (though this was possibly more of a pub with food, rather than an actual restaurant). Prior to that it was a pub with different names, including the Duke's Head (under which name it was in the 1985 Good Beer Guide).

Existence last checked in July 2012.

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