Spanish tapas restaurants tend to be less good for adventurous vegetarians the more traditional they are. Angels and Demons has a hit a fantastic compromise – you can get your staple tortilla but also spice it up with some more exotic options – and it is all well cooked and served up with very good […]
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It must be tough to be a Turkish restaurant in North London. With competition on every corner and a lot of great, cheap food available, you have to have to play the game well to prosper. Antepepliler is the more glitzy version of its sister restaurant on that most famous road for Turkish food – […]
It’s become a Friday lunchtime treat to come and grab a veggie burger meal from the King’s Cross station outlet of the Fine Burger Company. You can definitely eat more cheaply (at £8.50 for a meal you can see why some people balk and run for the nearest Burger King) but it’s definitely worth the […]
There is something that makes the vegetarian’s heart sink when they get the menu in their hand – one veggie option, and it’s roasted vegetables. I have memories of wonderful meat-free fare from my travels to Brazil years ago, but it seems that few of these dishes have made it across the sea to London […]
Never has a vegetarian option on a menu been so undersold. After successfully navigating the way through the Town Hall hotel to get to the restaurant (along with several other disorientated would-be diners) and been told the wait for a table for 4 would be at least an hour – its a no booking policy […]
We came across this lovely terrace in Highgate when on a bike ride. Hungry from our exertions, we grabbed a pizza on one of the outside tables (which are shared between Bistro Laz and the pizza place).
Coffee Cake is a little walk down Crouchway Broadway at number 28. I had been past this glass shop front piled high with meringues a few times, and was determined last weekend to stop by for Sunday breakfast.