It's a 'new openings' party fiesta in this week's London food news! We have the original Cronut bakery coming to town, Crosstown Doughnuts opening in Shoreditch, Chick 'n' Sours arrive in Covent Garden and Hawker House get into the Oktoberfest spirit.
The sun is shining, it's a Bank Holiday weekend coming up and I have found five cool things happening on the London food scene that will make your week even better. Including National Burger Day, fried chicken from Boondocks, a Rumfest and 50% off steak and Turkish food.
Five exciting things happening on the London food scene this week includes FREE beer, a pizza festival, discount ribs, and a new chicken shop with a difference. Go get em!
I popped over to New York at the end of last year and being somewhat of a London foodie I was obviously interested in seeing what American delights I could fit into my belly within the space of a week.
In 2015, fried chicken became the new cheeseburger. Last year it seemed like every other month a new chicken joint was popping up across London offering a crunchier, juicer, more hipster version than their PFC cousins on the high street. But I'm not going to be one of these people who bemoan the gentrification of food stuffs: if you want to take a popular dish and make it even MORE delicious, then by all means be my guest! I mean, I'm not crazy...
Cold? Bored? Sick of that New Year's diet already? Yeah, me too.... Never mind! Check out these six things that will put some pep back in your step and fill your belly too.
Sometimes the best and worst thing you can say about a restaurant is: "it was good". But if your restaurant is part of the ever-growing and super popular MEATliquor chain then hearing that something was merely "good" is probably like a knife to the heart.
Bird in Shoreditch, London sells a mountainous fried chicken burger BETWEEN TWO GIANT FREAKING WAFFLES. What more do you need to know? Well, all of this...