Best Cheap Eats: London
After devouring the most delicious salt beef beigel within 5 minutes, a revelation came to me and in ... read more
that moment I knew there must be some kind of God and the cold winds became warm and joy went into the hearts of all.
One of the coolest places to eat, browse and Instagram in London. Funky little eateries, vintage ... read more
shops and Caribbean grocers
Delicious burgers...I mean seriously, who doesn't want a sheet of bacon on their burger? Make sure ... read more
to read the whole menu...the wine list is hilarious! Can't wait to go back
...And it's delicious. The lobsters are as good as any you'd get in Maine, all about 1 1/2 pounds.
I think Mildred's may be my new favorite restaurant in London, and that's saying a lot. The building ... read more
and atmosphere are lovely, with a very cozy feel. The food was incredible! We shared two dishes, the pumpkin ravioli and the basil risotto cakes. Both were delicious. Mildred's reminds me a lot of another vegetarian institution, Greens's, in San Francisco. I would recommend getting to Mildred's by 5:45 in order to be seated before the dinner rush.
A sophisticated taqueria. Tostadas, tacos and enchiladas. The ceviche is great. This is not a tex ... read more
mex joint so you won't find a burrito on the menu. Food is good. Atmosphere is ok but not super comfortable.
Friendly staff, pretty good food. The atmosphere is fairly traditional, but the clientele is vey ... read more
mixed. It's a nice place for lunch or after work drinks - but don't be surprised if you have to stand on a Friday night!
London Fields Brewery has all the bases covered. They make everything from IPAs to Porters. At the ... read more
weekend their tap room let's you work your way through them all on site. They run tours of the brewery. But they also go one step further, with their Brew school offering course in beer and food matching, and a craft brewing experience day. if you've ever fancied turning your spare room over the beer production, this might be the place to pick up a few tricks to get you going.
It is a really nice joint for delicious food that is very reasonably priced. The restaurant itself ... read more
is very small, seating about 20 people at maximum capacity. The first thing you notice when you walk in is the fresh and delicious smell. However, in order to taste the food, you have to be patient and wait, as they don't take reservations and you can easily wait for 40 minutes at dinner hour, which was what my friend and I did. We order just 5 mezze and it was really more than enough food. The halloum is great! Very tender and not as salty as the ones you get from grocery stores. The kibbe Lahme which is minced lamb with cracked wheat is trying as well. Oh and they also have fresh watermelon juice! The whole meal just cost us 16 pound each including tip, which is a great bargain in London, and no wonder the wait is so long.
I have been craving and being unable to procure an Eggs Benedict (after traveling virtually every ... read more
weekend or being severely hampered by the activities of the night before) for weeks and weeks until I finally woke up bright and early and trotted along the Stoke Newington Church Street to indulge in a salmon Benny. Excellent food, excellent coffee, no arguments there. Cash only on wekends.