The Times

“To describe the restaurant at Petersham Nurseries as a garden centre café would be like saying Picasso was good at painting: true, but woefully inadequate. ”

At its heart is the restaurant, with mismatched tables and chairs set on the bare earth beneath a canopy of bougainvillea. On a sunny day, it’s like bringing an Amalfi terrace to your doorstep. Read the article online: