The pudding and potatoes were not very warm and a bit tough , the meat was great though.
Quality british food at its best
Stour Space is actually an abandoned building that has been turned to a multi-functional creative venue, with studios, galleries and a cafe. The cafe itself is a a great place by the canal to have brunch on a sunny day.
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.
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.
Fantastic pub in Hampstead Heath. In one of those many cold and rainy days entering this place makes you feel warm from the moment you step in. The food and service is particularly good and obviously the choice here must be Sunday roast. Website: http://www.hollybushhampstead.co.uk/
Fancy pub in West London, in the table behind ours Frank Lampard and other pseudo famous people were enjoying their Sunday Roast. Food delivers very well and the atmosphere makes this place one of the most visited pub in the area. Website:http://www.hollywoodarmschelsea.com/
After the huge success of Polpo and his several brothers mr. Oldroyd decided that it was time to move towards north-east. The result is that now Upper Street has got a restaurant of a higher quality than the average chain type of business (with some exceptions). We tried: - Smoked pork belly & pea croquettas, truffle mayonaise - Lamb & almond meaballs, salsa, romesco & pickled garlic - Grilled pork ribeye, lentils, spinach & salsa verde Pretty good but not outstanding. I think reading some reviews our expectations were a bit too high.