Brickwood Coffee & Bread Review

Brickwood “Coffee & Bread” is a new Australian themed cafe that has opened on Streatham High Road. The cafe belongs to a small chain that also has branches in Balham, Clapham and Tooting. You can’t miss the cafe as you walk down the High Road. It’s painted bright yellow.

We visited for lunch on a Sunday recently. Continue reading below for our review.

Opening times

Day Opening Hours
Monday 7:00am – 6:00pm
Tuesday 7:00am – 6:00pm
Wednesday 7:00am – 6:00pm
Thursday 7:00am – 6:00pm
Friday 7:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday 9:00am – 6:00pm

Menu

Food menu:

Food menu for Brickwood coffee shop in Streatham

Drinks menu:

The drinks menu for Brickwood coffee shop in Streatham

Brunch menu (served until 3:00pm):

The brunch menu for Brickwood coffee shop in Streatham

Location and contact details

Address: 292 Streatham High Road
London
SW16 6HG
Email address: team@brickwoodlondon.com

Review

We visited Brickwood midday on a Sunday. The cafe was very busy and the queuing system for tables was unorganised. This gave a bad first impression. We were eventually seated and placed our order.

The food and drink came quite quickly considering how busy it was. To drink I had a mocha, it didn’t seem very chocolaty.

Mocaccino from Brickwood coffee shop in Streatham

And to eat I had the smashed avocado with poached eggs on sourdough bread. The salmon was extra and it was missing the feta cheese that I asked for.

Smashed avocado with poached eggs on toasted sourdough bread from Brickwood Streatham

Pip had a long black to drink.

A long black coffee from Brickwood Streatham

To eat she had the scrambled eggs with extra salmon on toasted sourdough. The scrambled eggs were quite salty.

Scrambled eggs with salmon on sourdough bread from Brickwood Streatham

The staff seemed somewhat uninterested. The man who served us didn’t write down our order and unsurprisingly we didn’t get exactly what we asked for. Pip’s meal was missing the salmon she requested and mine was missing feta cheese. The missing salmon was brought out promptly when we asked for it again.

Brickwood is quite expensive. We paid about £14 each for a pretty average meal and drink.

  • Quality of food
  • Service
  • Atmosphere
  • Value for money
2.9

Overall

Not the best lunch I’ve had in Streatham. The food wasn’t amazing, the service wasn’t great and it’s quite expensive.

There is a cool drawing of a dinosaur on the wall though…

Dinosaur mural at Brickwood Coffee

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