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The Chronicle Savors Breakfast at Mary’s Pop Shop

The Statesman’s Odam didn’t file a review this week.

Mary's Pop Shop
Mary's Pop Shop
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Mary’s Pop Shop delievered for Virginia Wood, who visited the intimate cafe for The Chronicle this week. She thought the Belgian waffles needed a little work, but appreciated the gelato pops, especially the peanut butter and jelly one. The breakfast sandwiches, though, impressed her the most:

After a few visits to Mary's, my favorite item so far is the create-your-own breakfast sandwich option, where the diner chooses an egg style, a meat, a cheese, and some toppings served on warm toast. My personal choice is an egg over easy with bacon, Colby-Jack, tomato, and avocado ($7.99) – that and a good cafe mocha will start the day right no matter what time you order it, and the breakfast items are available all day.

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Mary's Cafe

83 Camberwell Road, , England SE5 0EZ 020 7703 5029