With Jam and Bread

Just on the very edge of Blackheath and Lee, With Jam and Bread deserves your custom. It’s a great little independent coffee shop. It’s less pretentious inside than the name might make you think.

We had beans on toast, a toasted cheese sandwich and two lattes for £9.50, and it was all delicious. The place is clean, bright, and tidy. The staff are friendly but not intrusive. There was 80s pop playing when we went in, but not too loudly. It’s kid friendly without being overrun by children (at least not on a Saturday morning at 10am). I think it has bursts of business, as whenever I’ve walked past, it’s either been very full or almost empty.

Not sure about the kerning though…

See also Brockley Central post here, and Murdoch’s newsletter (£).


Filed under blackheath, coffee

6 responses to “With Jam and Bread

  1. Wo There

    Best coffee in the area – by a mile…. despite what the sign outside Black Vanilla claims!!!

  2. nikki

    Perhaps unsurprisingly given the name, the jam here is rather good too. Comes from local food foragers Wild About Food who have stall at Blackheath Market.Great on their homemade scones but they also they sell jars to take away.

    Oh and if you fancy venturing a little further afield there’s the fabulous You Don’t Bring Me Flowers vintage cafe and florist by Hither Green Station ….

  3. Kate

    It has really lifted that part of Lee High Road, it’s a great addition to the area, hopefully other nice businesses will follow suit. The cakes are delicious too.

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