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London's Year In Fat: Our 8 favorite fatty foods from 2013

Published On 01/01/2014 Published On 01/01/2014
London's Year in Fat
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1. Dip & Flip 87 Battersea Rise, London, SW11 1HW (Battersea)

Whether you’re in it for the poutine or the juicy burgers, this hip Battersea joint is beloved for their ridiculously good gravy. The house-made recipe uses a slow-simmered bone-based broth with organic vegetables, and it goes with virtually everything on the menu. The beverage offerings are substantial, ranging from a rotating list of craft drafts, wines, or milkshakes (pro tip: add a shot of bourbon to the latter. You’ll thank us later).

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2. Rinkoff's Bakery 224 Jubilee St, Stepney, E1 3BS (Whitechapel)

Rinkoff's is making a rendition of the famed Cronut... and other delicious treats that you need to try!

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3. Duck & Waffle Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AY (The City)

If you're not good with heights, you might want to request a table away from the windows. This classy establishment offers an incredible view of London, 40 stories above the ground in the Heron Tower. And regardless of when your hunger pangs pop up, Duck & Waffle has you covered 24/7.

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4. Cocomaya 12 Connaught St, Paddington, W2 2AF (Notting Hill)

Cocomaya is a supreme pastry and chocolatier, and is worth your visit and all of your money.

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5. Ayres The Bakers 115-125 Evelina Rd, Camberwell, SE15 3

A bakehouse that holds true to good, traditional pastries, as well as innovative and more-eclectic options (for those who have a wandering eye... ).

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6. Homeslice 13 Neil's Yard, London, WC2H 9DP (Covent Garden)

Homeslice is a Covent Garden pizzeria slinging crazy-big 'zas from a 500-degree wood-fired oven, with toppings like bone marrow, courgette & artichoke, fennel & salami, and many, many more.

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7. The Wargrave Arms 42 Brendon St, London, W1H 5HE (Marylebone)

With comfy sofas and wooden accents, this cozy pub might just have you passed out on one of those sofas, after sampling from their extensive single-malt whiskey list. Pair your booze with a mac n' cheese burger (that's a deep-fried cheesy mac pattie) or a pulled pork burger (a burger with porky deliciousness piled on top).

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8. Rock Lobsta in Mahiki 1 Dover St, London, W1S 4LD (Mayfair)

Rock Lobsta, which had previously only popped up in, well, pop-ups all over London, is now slinging their famous lobster corn dogs in Mahiki.

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9. The Black Heart 3 Greenland Place, London, NW1 0AP (Camden)

This South Korean bar and resto serves up an especially hearty version of fries with steak, sour cream, and kimchi, and they also pour a large variety of cold brews.

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10. The Wurst Club 56-57 Cornhill, London, EC3V 3PD (The City)

It's well-known that Germans produce the best wurst & easiest to swallow pils, so consume them together along with more meaty & wheaty Teutonic delights in a nice-smelling WC: The Wurst Club, a snug fast-casual foodery in The City.

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11. The Grafton 20 Prince of Wales Rd, London, NW5 3LG (Kentish Town)

This Kentish Town boozer features an upstairs bar, a roof terrace, and it features a number of events (from quiz nights to live music) throughout the year.

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