Exactly what it is . . .

There is something to be said about restaurants with straightforward names.

Beigal Bake (London)

On Brick Lane there are two bagel shops near to each other. They both serve made-to-order salt beef sandwiches on fresh baked 30 pence bagels. We tried Beigal Bake, London’s oldest bagel shop. Like many of the locals, we’ve been going ever since.
+44 2077 290616
159 Brick Ln, London E1 6SB

Bodean’s BBQ Smokehouse (Multiple)

If you’re in the mood for Kansas City barbeque ribs in London, here’s your place. Other smoke pit specialties include chicken and pulled pork. Their Soho location also has American sports playing on giant screen TVs. Kids eat free everyday from Noon to 5 pm and eat for just £5 after that.

Burger & Lobster (Multiple)

We have tried several times to get in but the long queues dissuaded us. This restaurant has a two-page drinks menu, but a much simpler food menu. There are only three items: burger, lobster and lobster roll. All three were perfectly cooked, though the best value is the lobster, which can be steamed or grilled. If you prefer not to get your hands dirty, you can get the lobster roll with lump crabmeat.

Hummus Bros. (Multiple)

No reservations needed for this establishment just walk-in and be seated family style at their Soho location. Hummus is served with a range of toppings and fresh pita bread. Nothing fancy just excellent, healthy and filling. Enjoy!

La Gelateria (London)

This small, artisan gelateria conveniently located in Covent Garden has the most interesting array of gelato and sorbet flavors. Many are Good Taste award winners. With so many to choose from, it is nice they offer 2-3 generous scoops in a cup. Being a chocolate fan, I couldn't resist Dark Chocolate Sorbet, Dark Chocolate with chili peppers and Dark Chocolate with cherries.
www.lagelatiera.co.uk+44 2078 369559
27 New Row, London WC2N 4LA

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