Sunday morning brunch. The Gantry is located in Brockley and is a great choice for brunch in a summer day; they have a lovely peaceful garden at the back where we tasted eggs benedict and eggs florentine both of them cooked in a perfect way.
Polpo is one of the most successful culinary stories in London. Since it first opened in Soho, this venetian style restaurant has been a bit hit. I remember meeting the owner several years ago, a british man that lived in Venice for a long time and decided that it was about time that London started to appreciate the Italian tapas experience that Venice residents and savvy tourists have the pleasure to enjoy everyday in the little streets of Venice. Now it has several branches but so far it seeems that the quality of the food remains the same as the original.
Beef and Brew is a place in Kentish Town where you can enjoy a pint of beer - although they have a very small variety - and what else ....beef... They do just two cuts of steak: hanger and flat iron. Our flat iron was a bit chewy and not hot enough. The chips were good. The atmosphere is getting ruined from the noise created by the combination of all voices.
One of the top bbq joints in London. You can basically just choose between small ribs and very big ribs. Everything is pretty simple and this works very well, the focus as it should be is all on the meat. Go for the combination to try as many types of ribs as possible. Wine on tap is a great selling point as well.
One of those places where you know you are going to have good food and good fun. Since it opened its first branch Dishoom has queues of people every weekend night in all its locations. It’s a Bombay style cafe’ with a trendy London twist. Most dishes are an interesting experience.
Bo drake is an Asian bbq restaurant in Soho. The atmosphere was cosy and simple, however, the music selection is a bit random and not relevant to the food experience. We had kfc, pork belly bao, baby chicken, bo ssam and somoked rib regular. The best of all were the kfc and somoked ribs.
One of the trendiest places for brunch in Stoke Newington. Interesting Middle East fusion dishes.
Cosy and stylish italian restaurant hidden in a little square behind Columbia road. Great food and great atmosphere, a bit pricey for the simplicity of the ingredients. But it's worth paying a bit more for the taste and vibe. Highlights: Zuppa di pesce Stringozzi melanzane ricotta (handmade pasta) Paccheri allo scoglio Tiramisu
An interesting twist on the traditional Indian food. Taste seems to be authentic and as spicyas it should be!!
Great selection of greek products and interesting breakfast. Classic greek with a twist. Based in Broadway Market. Dishes we tried were muffin of egg and fasolia pliaz and cheese rolls.