Thursday, September 15, 2011

The List - FOOD

This is the list I have possibly been most successful at crossing things off from, and also probably the one I add to most.

Papine Jerk Centre
Bea's of Bloomsbury's for afternoon tea
Orange Pekoe for afternoon tea
Tiroler Hut
Baozi Inn
Hummus Bros
Little Bay for chips
Maroush          Edgware Road
Abu Zaad (kebabs)
Kebab Kid
Mangal 1 Ocakbasi
Ranoush Juice
Marathon Kebab (for kebabs and bands)
Maison Bertaux
Lahore Kebab house 
Lollipop; St John's Hill
St Vincent's room      
Maze Grill       
Le Gavroche  
Fat Duck        
Bleeding Heart           
L’art du fromage         
Amuse Bouche – also Drink  
Bob Bob Ricard – also Drink
Abracadabra Restaurant       
Archipelago Restaurant         
St. Moritz (fondue)     
Garlic and Shots        
Isis Restaurant & Late Night Bar       
Turkish Place in Stoke Newington     
The Harwood Arms    
Santa Maria del Sur   
Bar Boulud     
Pies at Pie Room, Newman Arms
Sichuan food, Bar Shu
Alan Yau's restaurants   (one of them)        
Choc Star van (read about it here)
Tea at the Wolseley (read about it here)    
Vietnamese food        
·                An Viet House, 12 Englefield Rd
·                Mien Tay, Kingsland Rd/ Battersea
·                Que Viet, 102 Kingsland Rd
The Ivy
Posh scotch egg; Peyton & Byrne, Heal's
Bibendum Oyster Bar
Rasa express; Indian food in a tray
Hakkasan dim sum    
B & K salt beef bar
Hummingbird bakery
Cah Chi - Korean       
Painted Heron – Indian
Abeno  okomiyaki- pancakes
Lunch at the Table     
El Vergel – Chilean; pastel de choclo
Canela (read about it here)
McKanna Meat
E Pellicci        
Dans Le Noir (read about it here)
Make Chocolate
La Fromagerie           
Paxton & Whitfield; Cheese since 1797
J Sheekey for honeycomb ice cream
Mandalay - Burmese  
Paul Rothe & son; soup and sandwich
The Eagle; original gastropub (read about it here)
Sweetings, est 1830
Arbutus; set menu (read about it here)
Sketch Glade  and Sketch loos
Wapping Food            Wapping Hydraulic Power Station     
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
Chin Chin ice cream  
The Draft House
Salt yard         
The Easton    
The fellow
Birley salt beef bar
Malay food      
·                Champor champor
·                Yum yum
·                Awana
·                Ekachai
Cantina laredo
The sportsman          
Princess of shoreditch           
Malletti pizza  
The real greek
Chilli cool        
Princi  (read about it here)
Pitt cue co      
Corner room  
Redmarket     - closed down - now open again!
Keu (banhmi) 
Young and foodish (burgermonday)  
The  icecreamists (read about it here)      
J + A cafe  (read about it here    
Poppie's fish and chips          
Pollen street social (read about it here)
Kula cafe        
Gino gelato, peanut butter flavour (read about it here)     
Dri dri  (read about it here)
Pizza east      
Big apple hot dogs     
Mestizo  (read about it here        
The breakfast club (read about it here)     
Androuet (read about it here)          
Lucky chip (read about it here)
Buen Ayre (read about it here)
Yum bun (read about it here)
Street Kitchen (read about it here)
Mulberry Street (read about it here)
The rib man (read about it here)
Chinese in Stepney Green
Set lunch and Wine Library
Ba Shan (read about it here)
Olive cafe pizza
The diner for brunch (read about it here)
My old Dutch
Mason & Taylor
Boundary project (read about it here)
Smiths/The Luxe
Meat liquor
Andrew Edmunds
Pitt Cue Co (Soho)
Pizza Pilgrims (read about it here)
Boho Mexica
Red dog saloon (read about it here)
Foxcroft & Ginger
Beijing Dumpling (read about it here)
Last Tuesdays at RIBA
Yum Cha
Leong's Legends
Pavilion (read about it here)
Maltby Street Market (read about it here)
Dukes (read about it here)
The English Pig
Feast London
Saturday Brunch at The Connaught
Tina We Salute You
Flat Iron
Rita's Bar and Dining
Rain Bo
Beard to Tail

1 comment:

  1. Hakkasan is an experience, but I think overpriced. We were taken by O's rich friend who paid for everything, but honestly, each pot of tea is an individual price! No chinese restaurant ever charges 'per pot'! Ridiculous.

    Is St Vincent Room still open these days? I've been meaning to go for ages, but checked earlier this year and thought they have closed it down.

    And also if you want real good Korean food in central london, you need to go to St Giles Street right near Tottenham Court Rd Station ... the whole row of them are authentic and not pricy at all! If you want an expensive but really good korean place, try Ran ( Again though they charge for every dish of kimchi etc, which is really weird 'cause they should be free!


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