1. Bunnychow74 Wardour St, Soho
2. Bourne & Hollingsworth28 Rathbone Pl, London
3. Duck & WaffleHeron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London
4. The Counter Cafe7 Roach Rd, London
5. Hotbox46-48 Commercial St, London
6. Andina1 Redchurch St, London
7. BIRD42-44 Kingsland Rd, London
8. Caravan King's CrossGranary Building, 1 Granary Sq, , London
Want a unique and delicious start to your day (or at any time during the day, really)? Then head to this South African spot serving up bunny chow, a dish that starts out with a cylindrical shaped mini loaf (we recommend Brioche), which is then hollowed out and crammed a variety of ingredients like sausage, house-cured bacon, button mushrooms, bobotie baked beans, tomato, fried egg and house-made black pudding.
Located in Clerkenwell, B&H was one of the most anticipated openings of 2014 and it certainly lives up to the hype with its pleasant ambiance and brasserie-style fare.
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.
This beautiful canal-side cafe and roastery is located in the Stour Space in Hackney Wick, and is perfect for a biet to eat, some java, and relaxing views.
Head down to Spitalfields and snag some true American BBQ from this meat-slinger, with options ranging from ribs to pulled pork sandwiches and more, served in a trendy space.
Andina is Martin Morales’ bright space on the corner of Redchurch and Shoreditch High serving Peruvian fare. Most of its dishes feature nutritious ingredients such as Peruvian quinoa, maca, amaranth, cape gooseberry, purple maize, and more. Plus, between the front room, chef's counter, downstairs dining space, and the hidden room in the back (hello skylight!), the staff can find somewhere to squirrel you away no matter how busy it gets (and damn does this neighborhood favorite get busy).
This spacious Dalston resto nails it when it comes to free-range fried chicken (they claim it'll be the best you've ever tasted), which you can get in dark or white meat, and with sides like hand-cut potato crisps and pickled veggies.
Caravan is home to a number of different reasons to go there, including their own coffee roastery, a menu loaded with small plates and pizzas, and cocktails and beer made with said roasted coffee.