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30 battersea rise, london SW11 1EE






3 october 2016

suspend what you know about the ‘kebab’ as bababoom delights with unique flavour combinations and formats. the unrelenting passion of the three founders is effortlessly demonstrated in the food where every item on the menu is meticulously considered and lovingly executed. first up, brunch where toppings like grilled mastelo cheese, date glazed bacon and za’tar aubergines grace a pillowy persian flatbread. which, must be followed with the try-before-you-die baba’s eggy bread, a french toast concoction with clotted cream, honeycomb, nutella and caramelised banana. for lunch and dinner, prepare to agonise over the menu. do you start with the rose harissa labneh or the sweet potato tahini? saffron & orange or short rib adana & date kebab? dukkah fries or barberry slaw? toasted boom!mallows with peach melba or eve’s date caramel vodka? the good news is you can’t go wrong. the better news is, if you’re with a group of 4 or more you can have it all with baba’s feast special. nestled on the gastro-strip of battersea rise, at bababoom you come for the food, stay for the food, and stay longer for the warm and welcoming hospitality of the enthusiastic staff.