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The Parliament Hill Café is awful. I’m sorry they saved it

The campaign for this caff might be my last dance with the left

16 April 2016

9:00 AM

16 April 2016

9:00 AM

The Parliament Hill Café is a drab glass box at the bottom of Hampstead Heath, near the farmers’ market and the running track. But it is something else too. It is a paradigm.

The Corporation of London announced that the D’Auria family, who have run the café for 33 years, would not get a new contract; instead, it would go to a firm called Benugo.

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Parliament Hill Café, London NW5 1QR, tel: 020 7485 6606.

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