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1. Dirty Bones20 Kensington Church St, London
2. The House of Ho55-59 Old Compton St, London
3. Blackfoot46 Exmouth Market, London
4. The Lobster House94 Point Pleasant, London
5. Bones52 Kingsland Rd, London
6. Discount Suit Company29 Wentworth St, London
7. Boom Burger272 Portobello Rd, London
8. Canvas69 Marylebone Ln, London
It might not have the most appetizing name, but that doesn't matter once you step inside their two-dining-room resto and order up some signature hot dogs or chicken, ribs, or steak.
Firmly rooted in Soho, The House of Ho is a sleek modern Vietnamese resto with a vibrant and inviting environment.
This relaxed resto in the Exmouth Market focuses purely on the pig. From ribs to porchetta to pulled pork tacos, this spot is tough to beat.
It's no surprise that these guys focus on quality seafood (lobsters, of course, included) freshly caught from sustainable suppliers. But they also key in on meaty dishes and have a wide array of wines to complement your meal.
This family-owned resto serves a variety of rotisserie meats and veggies, local beers, and a number of organic wines and cocktails.
When a bar/speakeasy has a name this awesome and an atmosphere to fit it (enter through the dodgy-looking side door into a low-ceilinged, exposed-brickwork, raw-light-bulbed den) there's no reason not to go. But if you need more convincing, simply go and try some of their signature cocktails yourself. You wont' regret it. Try out the “Juan For The Road,” which is made up of mezcal, Cocchi Americano, Suze, citric acid, and grapefruit bitters.
Are you tired of the same old meat disc? Are normal patties too boring for you? Then head to Boom Burger, where they dish out flavorful burgers made with special Jamaican spices in the heart of London's carnival district.
Started by Michael Riemenschneider, this upscale resto emphasizes casual dining, if you casual dine on gourmet fare that is. But you CAN have a decent meal without dropping too much dough, by choosing from one to 10 courses, each varying in price.