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1. Le Mercury140A Upper St, London
2. Cafe Chula75-89 Lower Walkway, London
3. House of Wolf181 Upper St, London
4. Ganapati38 Holly Grove, London
5. Mosob339 Harrow Rd, London
6. Tiroler Hut27 Westbourne Grove, London
7. Scooter Caffè132 Lower Marsh, London
8. Bar Story213 Blenheim Grove, London
9. The Cocktail Bar At ZTH49-50 St John, , London
This Angel eatery serves up French fare at surprisingly low prices, with candles strewn throughout the dining area and super-fast service.
Tucked away by the Camden Locke, Cafe Chula is a Mexican spot that's tough to beat with terrific tacos and huge cocktails made with fresh ingredients.
HoW serves up deliciously unique cocktails, like the David Bellamy (which involves an edible flower and straw as a stem), and the Wolf's Blood (that involves a bottle of cognac, hypodermic needle, and spherified black cherry). There's no telling how crazy/tasty your 'tails will be once you walk in.
This Peckham resto dishes out some of the finest South Indian food in the city with traditional eats served in a laid-back atmosphere.
This family-owned resto just might introduce you to flavors you've never tasted. Featuring fare with Ethiopian influences, this African establishment is truly a hidden gem.
Step out of London and into Austria at Tiroler Hut, which serves authentic regional fare (schnitzel and wurst anyone?) and frosty steins of brew.
Strong coffee. Strong drinks. Scooters. And a resident cat. What more could you ask for? How bout free WiFi and random movie nights? Well they've got those too!
Stashed beneath the railway arches at Peckham Rye station, this cocktail dive has most things covered, including 'za, BBQ, and burgers, not to mention a quality 'tail list.
Enjoying a cocktail at the posh cocktail bar/lounge lounge situated inside the Zetter Townhouse, even your conversation takes a weightier significance by proxy, between pauses of gleefully asking the bartender for another.