Archives for Diners

American

Spuntino: Classy American diner food

Hangover posh diner style food is Spuntino’s speciality and branching off from the likes of sister restaurants Polpetto and Polpo Spuntino does so effortlessly, with a deliberately distressed decor, tiled walls and low-key lighting, perched bar stools and cool vibe as plate after plate of polished, sleek sliders, pizettas, croquettes and slow cooked pork. This ...
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Diners

BRGR.Co Soho: Sterling Burgers in London’s Capital

The American diner trend is ever expanding with Michelin chefs even opening outlets across London to tailor to our more modern palate and soup up the greasy offerings we’re used to from typical fast food outlets. Jumping on the bandwagon, BGRR.Co is another similar concept located in Wardour Street in the heart of Soho, a ...
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Breakfast

Honky Tonk Clapham: Bountiful, delicious brunch

A typical diner style venue Honky Tonk Clapham boasts an array of burgers and a typical weekend brunch menu that can be seen in many trendy dining outlets across London, particularly the Clapham area. Exposed brick walls and dim lights are typical of such haunts and it’s a welcome addition to the dining scene in ...
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Cafes

Patty and Bun: London’s best burgers?

I’m an absolute food snob. I spent years as a vegan, eating a purely organic diet. I wrote a book on toxic chemicals in cosmetics and believe me, the same crap goes into the food we eat. Still, every now and then I get a craving for a big beefy burger that’s dripping with cheese ...
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Cafes

Honest Burgers is Honestly Average

There are four outlets of Honest Burgers in London (Brixton, Soho, Camden and Portobello Road) and despite not particularly loving burgers or beef, I occasionally get a hankering for a big greasy burger laden with cheese and lashings of other ingredients you won’t normally find adorning my plate. Still, I prefer locally sourced, organic produce ...
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