45 Lexington Street, Soho, London W1F 9AN
The food here was very good. I had the stir fry which when it arrived looked to be mostly broccoli, and as a meat eater I was doubtful it would fill me up. However, on starting I discovered a mountain of tofu and other good stuff and struggled to finish the whole thing (because of the volume, I really wanted to eat it all as it was great!)
When we went it was really busy so we had to wait a while for our table, then our order to be taken and then the food, but it was worth it in the end. I wouldn't go here on a date though, the tables were really close together and it felt crowded.
444 Edgware Road, London W2 1EG
This place looks like a cafe, which I loved as it reminded me of my favorite restaurants in south east asia which tend to serve great food in surroundings with a bit of character. I'd describe the food as a mixture of flavours, maybe closest to Thai or Chinese.
The service was very sweet, the waiters seemed to be foreign students only recently employed and they did there best.
For the price this was a great experience, different from a standard night out which is always welcome.
197C Kensington High Street, (entrance from Allen Street), London W8 6BA
I've been here a couple of times, the first we went for mains which were really nice. I had the lamb stew and my friend had the beef. Both were full of flavour and generous with the meet. The best thing about it though was the bread which is absolutley amazing. Its sort of like naan bread but about a hundred times softer, so good!!!
Second time, we went for the mezze. Not being familiar with georgian food i can't comment on how good it was. I will say though that the chicken in walnut sauce scared me a bit - the meat was a bit gristly so watch out.
5 Dean Street, Soho, London W1D 3RQ
The surroundings here are lovely. All soft lighting and candles - perfect for a romantic dinner. The set menu is amazing value, I had falafel to start followed by pork chop and red cabbage. The portions are generous and both mine and my friends food were really nice.
56 Goodge Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 4NB
BH's burrito are awesome! Highly recommend the pork which is amazing. They're also really nice about subbing rice for vegetables etc which I've found some places can be quite mean about!
9 Parkway, Camden, London NW1 7PG
This place is great - one of my favorite places in Camden. The food comes out quickly and the bento boxes are great value, especially if you eat there at lunch. Highly recommended.
Heddon Street, London W1B 4BG
Ate here for breakfast at 9am on a weekday. For the standard of the surroundings it was amazing value. I went for the continental breakfast which included toast, croissant, muesli, juice, tea and a meet and cheese plate for £15. It was all really nice too.
Only slight gripe was that the place was completely empty other than us, but it took quite a while for the food to come out. Would definitely recommend though, worth the wait for the great quality.
12 Upper St Martins Lane, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9FB
Really like this place. Have been for brunch a couple of times and the bacon naan is amazing. Came for dinner on my birthday and unfortunately it took a bit of time to get our table ready, and we were quite cramped on one of the downstairs tables. These are in little alcoves, and would be great on a colder night, but avoid if its hot out.
Foodwise, all very good. The waiter suggested we order 3 dishes each, but I had more than enough food with the chicken salad and roti, ending up sharing my daal around the table. The cocktails are great value too.
47-48 St John’s Square, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 4JJ
This place is beautifully done out with a decent amount of space between the tables, a rarity in London! Foodwise, the waffles apparently weren't ready let, so I had to settle for something else. As an egg hater who wanted something more substatial than a fruit and yoghurt type dish this meant it was a challenge to find something else. Fortunately the waitress was nice and let me substitue halloumi for egg in the cooked breakfast with chorizo. The food itself was very nice, if slow to appear. Overall would recommend for a quiet sunday morning when you're not in a rush.
160 Picadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 9EB
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I absolutely love this place. The prices for the location and quality of service are amazing. The interior is beautiful and the food charming. I'd suggest going before 9 on a week day if you can. It's much easier to get a table and you can eavesdrop on rich people having business breakfasts.