This week in London food: Dirty Bones in Shoreditch, 50% off burgers at Patty & Bun, Voodoo Ray's in Camden and the return of Pitt Cue to Soho.
MySliceFest was billed as "London’s largest outdoor pizza festival - a music festival combined with some of the craziest pizzas imaginable." Sounds good huh? I've been to music festivals before. I've eaten pizza before. I think I've eaten pizza while listening to music before. But I've never... that's right... never... had pizza at a music festival before, so I was prepared for my mind to be blown!
Heeyyy.... How you doing? Long time no see! Nice tan! I haven't written one of these for a while as, quite frankly, I couldn't be arsed. But it turns out there are still a lot of cool things happening in the world of London food news so I thought I would do a super quick round up of things that I have been most excited about over the last couple of weeks.
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.
It's an eclectic mix of exciting food news happening in London this week including: discounts on barbecue ribs, discounts on eggs(!?), craft beer, a pizza/burger hybrid, chicken parmigiana from Lucky Chip and rainbow bagels!
Pinch, punch, first of the month, welcome to your first food news round-up of February! It was close guys but we made it. To celebrate why not get stuck-in to some free pizza, free beer, more street food, delicious (hot) booze and even something for charridee... Go get em!
Hey man, I am usually all up for going out on the town after work and hitting up a new burger joint/ramen bar/pop-up fried chicken wing establishment! But sometimes you just want to go home on a Friday night and sit on the sofa with a takeaway.
I stumbled across the existence of Homeslice last week, a little joint serving massive pizzas with gourmet toppings in Seven Dials, Covent Garden. Apparently Homeslice started life as a food cart selling slices of pizza in the courtyard of an East London brewery. They now reside in a permanent fixed abode down a quaint little alleyway in Neal's Yard, where they knock out wood-fired pizza in their hand-built pizza oven. And all this in just a few years. Not bad, eh?