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1. POND Dalston3 Gillett St, London
2. United Ramen105-106 Upper St, London
3. Pizza Pilgrims11 Kingly St, London
4. DF/Mexico15 Hanbury St, London
5. The Bonneville43 Lower Clapton Rd, London
6. BOBO Social95 Charlotte St, London
7. Basement Sate8 Broadwick St, London
8. Carousel71 Blandford St, London
While the thought of Hawaiian cuisine might turn your face in a giant question mark, just think Bulgogie steak poke with lemongrass, caramalized red onion and pear; and Salmon poke in char avocado with Hokkigai scallop, wakame glass noodle in samphire garlic flakes, and macadamia salted coconut crème. POND is all that and much more.
This Angel noodle shop has taken classic ramen and thrown flavors from other cultures like American, Indian, British, Korean, etc. Get ready to stuff your face with spicy miso marinated salmon kimchi ramen (Korean), Sichuan sesame tantanmen (Chinese), BBQ pulled chicken, bacon & buttered sweetcorn ramen (USA).
Tucked just off Carnaby St, this is the second location for Pizza Pilgrims and it brings all the classic flavors that have earned them such acclaim, as well as more options like deep-fried “cups of joy” and mini deep-fried calzones.
Thomasina Miers and Mark Selby have brought us this mexican concept with a strong pull from the cuisine of Mexico City, like marinated steak burritos with cheese, tomatillo guacamole, and chipotle hibiscus salsa.
This Parisian-inspired bistro is Clapton features high ceilings with a skylight from an old cinema, a bar made from discarded French railway carriages, and a door from the Clerkenwell prison -- not to mention a menu of French and Belgian classics, and a wine list that is entirely organic and biodynamic.
This Fitzrovia resto is taking experimental burgers to another level. With a special, ridiculously hot charcoal oven searing meat instantly at 300°C, and some pretty drool-inducing specials like a Lobster & Crab burger, a Peanut Butter burger, and the Wagyu burger with Ogleshield cheese, confit shitaki mushrooms, bacon mayo, truffle & onion compote, and shaved truffles.
Everyone knows that cocktails and desserts are the best part of any meal, which is why subterranean Soho outfit Basement Sate is going straight for the delicious jugular, and doing ONLY COCKTAILS AND DESSERTS in a space with bare brick walls and leather furnishings.