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Neris
Mar 7, 2004

don't you dare use the word 'party' as a verb in this shop

What's the word on Sushi in Soho these days? Ever since they shut down my favourite place (or rather, 'upgraded' and therefore ruined it) I've started going to Kulu Kulu which is nice but not exactly brilliant.

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The_Doctor
Mar 29, 2007

"The entire history of this incarnation is one of temporal orbits, retcons, paradoxes, parallel time lines, reiterations, and divergences. How anyone can make head or tail of all this chaos, I don't know."


Oh wow, steak, I am so sorry. I'm clearly temporally challenged in some way. I looked back and we both said this Saturday, but I had it in my head it was next weekend. I'm in Brighton at the moment, back in London tomorrow.

Again, sincere apologies, I am the worst.

Steakandchips
Apr 30, 2009



No worries, rain check!

Senor_Happy
Jun 17, 2005

Oh my god, why did I take the whole bottle of pills?

Went to The Kitchen Table behind Bubbledogs last night. Great fun, with all you know about the next course being the main component (ie Cod,Mango).

Would recommend the early sitting(ie 6pm), because otherwise you get to see what is coming up, which could ruin the surprise a bit.

The highlights were the crispy chicken skin with bacon jam (we concluded we'd be happy with the extinction of chickens if we could eat that dish at every meal) and the mango and coconut ice cream made with a comically pink, plastic ice shaving machine

For 68 at 12 courses, it was one of the best tasting menus I've had in a while in terms of general fun and atmosphere as well as food. It was also nice just walking straight through the queue outside Bubbledogs to get in, on a night as cold as yesterday

Loving Africa Chaps
Dec 3, 2007


We had not left it yet, but when I would wake in the night, I would lie, listening, homesick for it already.



Last night i went to The Delaunay and it was so, so good. The starters all looked pretty uninspiring so no one ended up having one but the rib of beef sunday roast was heavenly. My brother had a brioche burger which he scoffed down and wouldn't let me try so i'd take that as a mark of approval. My GIRLFRIEND's strudle was apparently not that great but everyone else (including myself) was salivating over their deserts they had today. Basically great icecream with freshly whipped cream and crumble but who doesn't love that? It's really loving expensive mind but i highly recommend it if you want a proper treat.

Ludejano Elta
Mar 28, 2008


I ate at Suki in Chinatown the last time I was in London. Pretty nice atmosphere, the seating was pretty interesting and the dishes themselves were great. We went twice in the weekend, had Yaki Udon the first day and Prawn Ramen the second.

http://www.chinatownlondon.org/page/suki/188

reality_groove
Dec 27, 2007



I had a little Tastecard expedition to Albannach last night. My Scottish colleague was unimpressed with their haggis which he descibed as bland and mushy. We had ribeye steaks which were quite tough and didn't opt for pudding. They had an extensive whiskey menu which we tried in place of dessert.

It was barely good value at half price, would have been daylight robbery at full price.

therattle
Jul 24, 2007

I'm a family man - I run a family business. This is my son and my partner, H.W.


Soiled Meat

Just booked for combined birthdays/ anniversary dinner at Roganic. It's for a Friday night so they only offer the full tasting menu. Ah shucks! We hardly ever go out for dinner anymore (parenting), let alone high-end like that. My wife is vegetarian and I'm happy to be as a rule when with her, and they offer a dedicated vegetarian menu.

(I think this makes sense: it's expanding the market, and undoubtedly at a better profit margin than meat or fish.)

Jose
Jul 24, 2007



I'm going to be staying in Brixton next weekend. I've heard lots of good things about Brixton village for food. Anywhere in particular I should try? I'm after less common food even if one of the cafes supposedly does the best pizza in London

Loving Africa Chaps
Dec 3, 2007


We had not left it yet, but when I would wake in the night, I would lie, listening, homesick for it already.



Scott Bakula posted:

I'm going to be staying in Brixton next weekend. I've heard lots of good things about Brixton village for food. Anywhere in particular I should try? I'm after less common food even if one of the cafes supposedly does the best pizza in London

London has got such good transport you really don't have to limit yourself to where you're staying. Especially as Brixton is on the Victoria line.

sweat poteto
Feb 16, 2006

Everybody's gotta learn sometime

Eat at fujiyama, franco manca, federation be happy? I dunno vOv

Neris
Mar 7, 2004

don't you dare use the word 'party' as a verb in this shop

Franco Manca is apparently legendary pizza but other than that I don't know anything about Brixton I'm afraid.

Otherwise, what sort of thing is 'less common' - offal? Korean? Lebanese? Vegetarian? And your budget, and you should probably go into London on the Victoria line since you'll be in soho within 10 minutes more or less of getting on a tube !

Xarr
Oct 20, 2008


In Brixton it has to be Franco Manca for great pizza, Honest Burger for the obvious and Kaosarn for absolutely amazing thai. All are small, Kaosarn is BYOB, and none are expensive. There is Mama Lan that is well rated but I havn't been. All are in the market. Have a wander though, there are lots of little places in and around the market, Caribbean, Argentinian, all sorts.

Boqueria is great tapas a 10 minute walk from the Market.

http://boqueriatapas.com/

http://www.francomanca.co.uk/

http://www.honestburgers.co.uk/

http://www.yelp.co.uk/biz/kaosarn-london-5 (no website)

http://mamalan.co.uk/

http://brixtonmarket.net/info/market-cafes/

Jose
Jul 24, 2007



Thanks for those. I'm probably only going to be able to eat further out in London on Saturday and my brother is suggesting eating http://www.rodiziobrazil.com/ here then.

I wish I had more time available while in London

Jose fucked around with this message at Mar 11, 2013 around 16:56

peanut-
Feb 17, 2004


Grimey Drawer

Tried Tonkotsu, the ramen place on Dean Street.

The food was excellent, but loving hell the service was appalling. Highlights included being told "if you want something simple you should just have an Asahi" when I asked what the Redemption beers were (they only had the brand names on the menu), having the waitress shove plates we were actively eating off around the table to make space for more that didn't arrive for 10 minutes, and having to chase after someone with money after they studiously ignored cash on the table for 15 minutes in the hope that we'd leave it without getting change.

therattle
Jul 24, 2007

I'm a family man - I run a family business. This is my son and my partner, H.W.


Soiled Meat

Xarr posted:

In Brixton it has to be Franco Manca for great pizza, Honest Burger for the obvious and Kaosarn for absolutely amazing thai. All are small, Kaosarn is BYOB, and none are expensive. There is Mama Lan that is well rated but I havn't been. All are in the market. Have a wander though, there are lots of little places in and around the market, Caribbean, Argentinian, all sorts.

Boqueria is great tapas a 10 minute walk from the Market.

http://boqueriatapas.com/

http://www.francomanca.co.uk/

http://www.honestburgers.co.uk/

http://www.yelp.co.uk/biz/kaosarn-london-5 (no website)

http://mamalan.co.uk/

http://brixtonmarket.net/info/market-cafes/

I ate at Honest Burger in Brixton last week. Excellent. Better than Byron by a fair distance. Cheaper too. Amazing rosemary chips. Crispy and delicious. Two thumbs up!

nonathlon
Jul 9, 2004
And yet, somehow, now it's my fault ...

Once or twice, people have asked for places to eat in Richmond or thereabouts. There's a shedload of chain / franchise / unambitious eateries in the area, true, but there are some good places too. Since I lived in Richmond for years (and now live just across the river), I figure I'm as good an authority as anything:


* Chez Lindsay (Richmond) http://chez-lindsay.co.uk/

This is our No. 1 place to take people when they visit. They serve Breton cuisine, which means savoury crepes and cider. The prices are slightly on the high side, but the cider is cheap and the service excellent without being too hoity-toity. One of our visitors once ate a full meal then turned around and ordered and ate another full meal. The food is that good.

* A Cena (East Twickenham / Richmond Bridge) http:acena.co.uk

This got rave reviews a couple of years ago for excellent Italian. I confess I thought that the food was very good but not great. However it continues to be popular so maybe I just struck out. On the expensive side.

* Steins (Richmond towpath)

A German currywurst / sausage / sauerkraut outdoor eatery. When it first opened the servings were small and expensive and I'd didn't return for years. But lately it's come around and you can get an enormous pile of sausage and cabbage to wash down with steins of beer. A little dependent on the weather but worth a look.

* Don Fernando Spanish Tapas (near Richmond station)

Good tapas joint with cheap and plentiful sangria. Can be heaving at busy times.

* La Buvette (Richmond)

Pokey little French eatery with decent food. Twinned with Brula (http://www.brula.co.uk/, Twickenham / St Margarets) which is more more up market and the one that I prefer. My neighbours al roll their eyes and say the food has good down hill but they seemed decent to me. On the expensive side, 'coz they're French.

* Pizza Rustica (Richmond)

One of those wood-fired pizza / Italian sort of places but I like the service and the prices and food are good.

* V Thomas butchers (North St Margarets) http://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/ri...hers-twickenham

A quirky place: a butchers that turns into a small steak restaurant at night. And they're on my block. Service can be a little ... amateurish but it's not deliberate, they're just not seasoned restaurateurs. And while non-steak choices are provided, there's no question where the focus is. But for huge lumps of well-cooked meat at an good price, it's a winner. BYO.

* Ches' Trattoria (South St Margarets) http://www.chesstrattoria.co.uk/

A greasy spoon by day, Italian trattoria by night. Good woodfired pizzas and pasta for a good price. BYO.

* Maki (lower Kew Rd)

Japanese restaurant, distinguished by being fairly relaxed and experimental. Servings are occasionally small but that comes with the territory. Price is acceptable for Japanese.

Xarr
Oct 20, 2008


Xarr posted:

In Brixton it has to be Franco Manca for great pizza, Honest Burger for the obvious and Kaosarn for absolutely amazing thai. All are small, Kaosarn is BYOB, and none are expensive. There is Mama Lan that is well rated but I havn't been. All are in the market. Have a wander though, there are lots of little places in and around the market, Caribbean, Argentinian, all sorts.

Boqueria is great tapas a 10 minute walk from the Market.

http://boqueriatapas.com/

http://www.francomanca.co.uk/

http://www.honestburgers.co.uk/

http://www.yelp.co.uk/biz/kaosarn-london-5 (no website)

http://mamalan.co.uk/

http://brixtonmarket.net/info/market-cafes/

Off to here tonight; http://www.salonbrixton.co.uk/. Will report back as the reviews are mixed but it looks good.

pointsofdata
Apr 25, 2011



Chili Cool in Bloomsbury is a really great Sichuan place btw. If you can go with a few people so you can try lots of dishes, we had an incredible one with mushrooms in it but I can't remember what it was called. As a bonus it's next to the book shop used as the outdoor front for the Black Books bookshop.

Rolled Cabbage
Sep 3, 2006


pointsofdata posted:

Chili Cool in Bloomsbury is a really great Sichuan place btw. If you can go with a few people so you can try lots of dishes, we had an incredible one with mushrooms in it but I can't remember what it was called. As a bonus it's next to the book shop used as the outdoor front for the Black Books bookshop.

Don't go there with Chinese friends if they're Canto, they'll be unrelenting shits to you. That said the food is great!

Also I wish Goons with Spoons wasn't public because fff things I could say about Albannach.

Loving Africa Chaps Go back and try the apricot soufle! I can never get anyone to try it with me, they're always "too full" (pah!) but seem to manage just fine without me. Anyway, I'm reasonably informed that it's even better than all of the other deserts!

NLJP
Aug 26, 2004




pointsofdata posted:

Chili Cool in Bloomsbury is a really great Sichuan place btw. If you can go with a few people so you can try lots of dishes, we had an incredible one with mushrooms in it but I can't remember what it was called. As a bonus it's next to the book shop used as the outdoor front for the Black Books bookshop.

Yeah Chilli Cool is really great. Bonus that it's near the Euston Tap and Cider Tap.

My second favourite chinese after Ba Shan I'd say but I haven't been there a while.

Muga
May 7, 2004

Exercising My Demons

If anyone's interested, some thoughts on my recent meals...

Hedone, Chiswick. This is a Michelin starred place that's only been open a couple of years. I think the head chef was a food blogger/amateur chef prior to this.
It reminded me a bit of noma, perhaps not surprisingly given it's a Scandinavian restaurant. Bare wooden tables, brick walls, open kitchen etc.
It was the girlfriend's birthday so we went for the 85 a head "carte blanche" menu. This is an unseen menu where the chef chooses the dishes.
There were some good and unusual dishes including a nice big oyster, and "seaweed custard". Things seem to veer more on the seafood and fruit side of things. Quite light desserts including a decent apple mille feuille.
If you're looking to try something a bit different at the high end, this isn't a bad option. Although for the cost I'd recommend other tasting menus first such as The Ledbury and Pied a Terre.

The Harwood Arms, Fulham. I wanted to get back here since the first visit 2/3 years ago. It didn't disappoint. Everything just has great flavour (I had partridge then pheasant). It's a relaxed environment, describing itself as a pub although I wouldn't want to stand around in there having a beer, it's a restaurant really.
They even brought us both a free additional dessert after a misunderstanding with the side orders

The Malt House, Fulham. Having been to the Fox and Grapes in Wimbledon and being completely unimpressed, I wasn't sure what to expect of Claude Bosi's second pub.
The food was pretty good overall. Beetroot salad followed by rabbit pie, but the winner was malted ice cream with salted caramel The girlfriend had a chocolate delice with bay leaf ice cream, which was interesting in it being almost savoury. At least they're offering slightly unusual things.
If you're in the area looking for somewhere I'd recommend stopping by.

iMop
May 4, 2005
$apple_whore++;

Thanks for the recommendation on the Malt House -- I got a load of marketing material that it was opening, but have spent so much time in the US recently that I've missed going. Did you need a reservation?

ineptmule
Dec 3, 2005

Not suited, just booted.


College Slice

Looking for a fun/interesting bar or pub to have my girlfriend's birthday drinks at next week. We're looking at Giant Robot in Clerkenwell, and thought about the Southampton Arms in Kentish Town but they don't take reservations.

We have some people coming into town (and leaving the same night) on national rail so ideally no more than 5 mins walk from a tube station and we don't want to go too far down any of the tubes!

Muga
May 7, 2004

Exercising My Demons

iMop posted:

Thanks for the recommendation on the Malt House -- I got a load of marketing material that it was opening, but have spent so much time in the US recently that I've missed going. Did you need a reservation?

We did book but only a few days before. It was a Saturday night and looked full - they removed a couple having a drink from our table when we arrived. I imagine midweek you'd have no problem turning up. If you're not local, best to book just in case.

pointsofdata
Apr 25, 2011



ineptmule posted:

Looking for a fun/interesting bar or pub to have my girlfriend's birthday drinks at next week. We're looking at Giant Robot in Clerkenwell, and thought about the Southampton Arms in Kentish Town but they don't take reservations.

We have some people coming into town (and leaving the same night) on national rail so ideally no more than 5 mins walk from a tube station and we don't want to go too far down any of the tubes!

Bubbledog maybe? Looks interesting, I've never been but has ok reviews.

Loving Africa Chaps
Dec 3, 2007


We had not left it yet, but when I would wake in the night, I would lie, listening, homesick for it already.



It was my dads 60th yesterday and my 25th recently so my mum took as to Gordon Ramsey at claridges and it was extremely disappointing. To start with we turned up slightly early and when I asked if the table was ready or if we should go and have a drink at bar for a bit the person at the front replied with "pfff good luck finding somewhere to sit" before someone more helpful explained that the table was already ready. The service was generally pretty patchy with a bored waitress half heartedly trying to take drinks orders while we were trying to get seated and the sommelier plonking down an iPad on the table which was apparently the wine menu. Our main waitress was very good but stuff took far too long to come out toward the end even allowing for the fact that we were a party of seven.

The food itself was again pretty mixed. A lot of it was lacking in any great deal of flavour and the menu just seemed to have lobster and foie gras put in as many places as possible to make it seem more up market. The mains were pretty decent with absolutely fantastic meat alongside very average vegetables. By the end we got fed up of waiting and asked for the bill before the cake my mum had ordered for us came out as it had been so long, when it finally came the names were spelt wrong despite them having received them in writing in advance.

In the end it was a lovely dinner but just very disappointing for the price. What's worse is that my mum had been called up by the Ledbury and offered a table but turned it down as she thought claridges would be abit more opulent and fun. I realise that this is probably the most firstworldproblems post in the history of the Internet but I'm about to go get smashed with a mate then eat tons of meat at St Johns so I don't give a gently caress but if you're thinking about going somewhere up market then claridges should be way, way down on your list.

Brand New Malaysian Wife
Apr 4, 2007
I encourage children who are bullied to kill themselves. In fact, I get off to it. Pedophilia-snuff films are the best. More abused children need to kill themselves.

pointsofdata posted:

Bubbledog maybe? Looks interesting, I've never been but has ok reviews.

Everyone I know who has been has said it's poo poo, overpriced and not worth the wait.

tentish klown
Apr 3, 2011


Loving Africa Chaps posted:

Gordon Ramsay at Claridges

That would be why Claridges didn't renew the contract then...

Loving Africa Chaps
Dec 3, 2007


We had not left it yet, but when I would wake in the night, I would lie, listening, homesick for it already.



tentish klown posted:

That would be why Claridges didn't renew the contract then...

I do wonder if they've just been demoralised by seeing how noma do it then lost the contract and decided collectively that they don't give a gently caress.

As an aside I'm on my way back from St Johns and it was fantastic. Completely unpretentious just outstanding food. Me and my mate had rabbit offal and calfs brains to start which we're great. They went fantastic together (we halved them and shared) as the rabbit was very rich and the brain was almost like fish. Both had lovely sauces to mop up with the sourdough bread. For a main we had a rabbit and ox tongue pie to share which was mouthwatering and we had greens on the side which were some of the best veggies I've had. My mate had marmalade ice cream which he wouldn't stop talking about and I had a crumble which while delicious was by far the weakest part of the meal.

3 courses for two plus coffees and a lovely bottle of wine was 97. Not bad for one of the top 50 restaurants in the world, I will be back when my wallet stops crying.

Xarr
Oct 20, 2008


Loving Africa Chaps posted:

I do wonder if they've just been demoralised by seeing how noma do it then lost the contract and decided collectively that they don't give a gently caress.

As an aside I'm on my way back from St Johns and it was fantastic. Completely unpretentious just outstanding food. Me and my mate had rabbit offal and calfs brains to start which we're great. They went fantastic together (we halved them and shared) as the rabbit was very rich and the brain was almost like fish. Both had lovely sauces to mop up with the sourdough bread. For a main we had a rabbit and ox tongue pie to share which was mouthwatering and we had greens on the side which were some of the best veggies I've had. My mate had marmalade ice cream which he wouldn't stop talking about and I had a crumble which while delicious was by far the weakest part of the meal.

3 courses for two plus coffees and a lovely bottle of wine was 97. Not bad for one of the top 50 restaurants in the world, I will be back when my wallet stops crying.

Well that's a little scary, I was at St John last night as well!

We had the langoustines and the bone marrow to start, langoustines sweet and the bone marrow rich and well balanced with parsley salad. We had the skate and the calves liver for mains with a side of welsh rarebit, all were very well done. Madelines and coffee to finish it was a superb meal. The staff are real professionals and the place is amazing, has a real buzz and a great mix of people. I really like that they use top quality ingredients, prepared simply with some unusual combinations.

At 50 a head its not an everyday place but I will definitely be back. St John Hotel was one of my stand out meals of last year (and I went to Roganic twice!) and it deserves it place in the top 50.

angor
Nov 14, 2003
teen angst

What's your favourite pizza place in London?

I went to Sacro Cuore last Friday. They don't take bookings (sorry Neris!) but we got lucky and there was one table free. We had the Bufalina (tomato sauce, buffalo D.O.P. mozz, parmesan, basil, olive oil) and a Margherita with capers, artichoke hearts and wild broccoli. The Bufalina was amazing. Excellent char, good chewy-ness, good flavour. I'd say if it was a bit crispier the crust would have been perfect. Sauce and cheese were awesome as well. Best pizza I've had in a long time. The Margherita we got was a bit of a let down. Crust was as good as the first, but the capers were tiny (unlike the 'big fat' capers in the reviews we read), the broccoli was terribly overcooked and the garlic was completely raw. We had the eggplant parmesan to start and that was really tasty, but way to cheesy if you planned on having pizza afterwards.

When I go back I definitely want to try the Diavola. The couple next to us got it and the smell of the fresh chilies was incredible and I swear it made my eyes water from one table over. I need that in my life.

EDIT: Aw, nuts. I just realised they have a smoked mozzarella. Looks like I'll be going back there sooner than I thought.

angor fucked around with this message at Apr 8, 2013 around 11:00

theunderwaterbear
Sep 24, 2004


I don't live in London, but when I visit I try my damndest to go to Franco Manca. Mmmm pizza. And so cheap!

sweat poteto
Feb 16, 2006

Everybody's gotta learn sometime

I really like Pizza East - interesting flavours and huge airy crust. Everything else on the menu is good too. But I live a few blocks from Donna Margherita so my usual fix is Neapolitan.

Snipeo
Mar 29, 2004
Happy Camper

Donna Margherita is widely regarded as the finest pizza place in London: http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restau...on_England.html

Bollock Monkey
Jan 21, 2007
The Almighty

sweat poteto posted:

I really like Pizza East - interesting flavours and huge airy crust. Everything else on the menu is good too. But I live a few blocks from Donna Margherita so my usual fix is Neapolitan.

I wasn't that impressed by Pizza East. I mean, it was fine, but it didn't blow me away. The meat boards, however, looked delicious, and watching the guy slice the speck/prosciutto etc was hypnotising.

Mantle
May 15, 2004


The_Doctor posted:

Just come out of Hawksmoor Seven Dials after dinner with two American friends. One friend and I shared a 900g porterhouse between us, and the other guy had the ribeye. Absolutely hands down the best steak I've ever had. We all had mac & cheese sides, and I had the beef dripping chips too, because I am a fat bastard. All of it was amazing and delicious. I ended up having at least 2/3rds of the porterhouse, and one and a half portions of the mac & cheese. I am so very full in the best way.

My one regret is having no room for dessert. Some of them sounded delicious, especially the sticky toffee pudding with clotted cream! Next time, Hawksmoor, next time!

This was the most recent post on the Hawksmoor according to goon search so I thought I'd give a more recent report. I've been in London for about 2 weeks now, and lunch at the Hawksmoor has been my best meal here by far.

4 of us shared 1.1kg of bone-in prime rib, with sides of mushrooms, chips, and gravy-- all deliciously awesome and perfectly cooked. However the star of the lunch was the bone marrow and onions. I've had bone marrow before in soups, but never like this on its own as a side dish. I don't know how it was cooked, but it was perfectly jelly-like and melty in the mouth.

After that, we finished off with the sticky toffee pudding with clotted cream! Doc, you missed out. As a Canadian, I had no idea what clotted cream was, but it sounded delicious. I would describe it as a mixture between heavy whipped cream and butter, at the perfect temperature to be spread. It's coolness was a perfect match for the warm richness of the toffee pudding. If you like rich dessert, you MUST order this!

It was a really great lunch.

The_Doctor
Mar 29, 2007

"The entire history of this incarnation is one of temporal orbits, retcons, paradoxes, parallel time lines, reiterations, and divergences. How anyone can make head or tail of all this chaos, I don't know."


Mantle posted:

This was the most recent post on the Hawksmoor according to goon search so I thought I'd give a more recent report. I've been in London for about 2 weeks now, and lunch at the Hawksmoor has been my best meal here by far.

After that, we finished off with the sticky toffee pudding with clotted cream! Doc, you missed out. As a Canadian, I had no idea what clotted cream was, but it sounded delicious. I would describe it as a mixture between heavy whipped cream and butter, at the perfect temperature to be spread. It's coolness was a perfect match for the warm richness of the toffee pudding. If you like rich dessert, you MUST order this!

It was a really great lunch.

Oh, you bastard. Yeah, clotted cream is one of our English secrets we don't tell you guys about. It is the best thing for desserts ever. I want to go back to Hawksmoor and try this legendary French dip everyone raves about. And then I might have pudding too...

powertoiletduck
Feb 19, 2004

dance dance dance

I've never made it to dessert at Hawksmoor.

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Brand New Malaysian Wife
Apr 4, 2007
I encourage children who are bullied to kill themselves. In fact, I get off to it. Pedophilia-snuff films are the best. More abused children need to kill themselves.

Who else has tried Flat Iron in Soho? I was most impressed to get a decent 200g steak, salad and beef dripping fries with a drink for under 20. It's another one of those no booking places that always has a queue but the beef dripping popcorn over drinks alone was worth it.

I also finally tried Lucky Chip now that it has started a residency at the Grafton in Kentish Town, burgers were very, very good and they have a load of decent craft beers too.

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