Time Out's Guy Dimond re-visited his youth when he came to Vauxhall to review Brunswick House Cafe and recalls "..a muderous one-way traffic sytem". But goes on to say "..One building stands out. Brunswick House, built in 1758 as a riverside mansion by The Duke of Brunswick, somehow escaped the Luftwaffe's bombs and the urban blight."
Guy Dimond notes "It's a listed Georgian building, now occupied by architectural salvage company LASSCO. Escape through the stone portico into a world of panelled rooms filled with salvaged fireplaces, chandeliers, radiators, flooring and countless items of historic architectural detail from tiles to taps. Its like an eccentrically curated museum except everything's for sale.
"…The cafe's two rooms are decorated in the same style as the rest of Brunswick House: that is filled with old curiosities you can admire and touch…" Follow this link to read the full review of Brunswick House Cafe http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/venue/2:28144/brunswick-house-ca