Remnants of the Tartufo and sausage pizzas made for an exciting working-from-home lunch the next day.
Crappy weather. But oh, to be able to dine-in, even it is out!
Full on, but in a good way.
Brunch (well, beer and breakfast) at the Electric diner. Fun fact: John Christie used to work next door.
Taking The European for some Sri Lankan hair-of-the-dog.
Dishoom has an Irani café ethos of simplicity, humbleness and accessibility: with the exception of being able to simply get through their doors in the first place.
First up is this rather grainy shot of a burger on a plank of wood.
There was once an amazing Indian restaurant that delivered food to us. It closed for understandable reasons and then reopened.
“well you’re the one eating it so I don’t mind, I’ll have a bite”.
BAO is lauded across the city for the quality of its food, but also for arguably less agreeable accolades such as a recent mention in TimeOut’s recent ‘London’s best no-booking restaurants’ listing.