Overlooking Pelham Park’s white stucco houses and lovely green through its full height glass frontage, this new addition to the Trafalgar Street cafe scene, is a real winner. It looks every inch the classic corner cafe with its lacy white tablecloths and mix and match furniture and tables (with jazz playing in the background) Still it’s a tiny space seating only 15 – great for private parties – so be prepared to be patient. It’s worth the wait, especially if you bag the vintage two-seater sofa. There’s a great choice of teas all chalked up on a board with selections of leaves in small bowls below, so you can sniff before buying. Vintage china bone china cups hangs decoratively on hooks behind the counter, which is rammed with freshly baked cakes and other treats. This indie cafe might sound initially a bit corporate but the initials stand for the owner, Richard and his partner’s surnames – Butler and Rawlings.