Yumn Brasserie

#GirlsDayOut: what happened when a bunch of ex-Croydonians came home and hit town?

Posted on December 15th, by Josi Kiss in Culture. 5 comments

Nowadays, when old Croydonians come home, there’s a lot of change to be catching up with

One thing about being a kid coming from the glory of the Cronx is that you, and many of your school friends, will have left town after school and lived far and wide for years. Some, like me, later returned for good, while others head back every few years for a fleeting glimpse … Read More »

May 2016 in brief

Posted on June 20th, by The Croydon Citizen in Politics & Society. No Comments

May’s news in brief, summarised for your convenience by the Citizen team

Croydon became a haven for bees

The team that brought Saffron Central, the world’s largest urban saffron farm, to Croydon in 2015 is now using the space to create a haven for bees. With the support of Croydon Beekeepers Association and community volunteers, they have planted the site, formerly the location of Croydon’s council … Read More »

Restaurant review: Yumn brasserie, South Croydon

Posted on December 10th, by Joy Akwue-Butler in Culture. No Comments

Mirror mirror on the door… Joy Akwue-Butler enjoys Croydon’s newest fusion cooking

69-71 South End, Croydon, CR0 1BF

Time from East Croydon: 15 minutes / 5 minutes 119, 466 or 312

What strikes you when you enter Yumn Brasserie is the very modern décor – it looks chic with lots of glass and mirrors. In fact it may help to explain why … Read More »