Lazy Peach - Dartmouth Road [Now open]

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#22

Popped in today, would definitely recommend the pork belly bao!


#23

Can’t wait to try it, looks great!


#24

I walked past the other evening around 8pm and it was busy and I was really pleased to see that there is a cafe open into the evenings - one of my great frustrations in this country compared to others is that if you want a drink after about 6pm you invariably have to go to a pub/bar where obviously the focus is on alcohol. I think our drinking culture is changing and the more places that recognise that people want options for socialising in the evening without having to drink alcohol (or awful syrupy post-mix soft drinks you get in pubs) the better.


#25

Way to go Lazy Peach!!!

It’s nice too see that there’s still realistic potential for evening trading.
I used to run a hair salon on Dartmouth Road back in the mid-80s and we used to pick up a significant percentage of our trade from 6:30pm onwards due to the increased footfall from commuters on their way home from work.
Another place that did well from their evening trade for a few years was a tapas bar called ‘Meson Juan’, which took over from ‘Spiggy’s’ cocktail/wine bar at No.73.


#26

Mono looked pretty cool!


#27

Mono does indeed look very cool but unfortunately the name is forever associated with Mononucleosis (Mono) for me and would put me right off…


#28

Remember Meson Juan well. Spent many an evening there.


#29

Finally checked the Lazy Peach out recently and was thoroughly impressed. Had a great confit duck sandwich. Will definitely be back.

Brunch menu also looked amazing- loads of classic brunch options but with an Asian twist.

Great new addition to the area!


#30

Was it busy? Any time I pass by is totally empty


#31

Are they still doing the Katsu Curry & Chips dish? Have to try that…


#32

They really need to make it a bit cosier. The lighting is so bright and you’re sort of just on show sat in there.
I would recommend to put a few things in the window (eg beads) to make it feel more enticing to sit inside


#33

There were a couple of other people in there - yes.

Takes a bit of time for a new business to bed-in on the high street whilst it develops a regular clientele and footfall, and I am happy to support it in the meantime. Great new and exciting food offer from a local independent :slight_smile: