Obviously not the best picture ever taken, but this was a pork souvlaki garnished with tomato, red onion and tzatziki. Those chips were awesome too, topped with feta and oregano, though Artemis (who knows her Greek food) was upset that there were no chips inside the pita. Speaking of the pita, this was the best I've ever had. Think they're about £5 each from memory.
I had some brilliant scallops from the rather irritatingly named Healthy Yummies. Healthy they weren't actually as they were floating in beurre blanc and sitting on top of some lovely creamy celeriac puree. Very good.
Fried to order, they're really fresh, topped with lardons and fried herbs, about £4 each. We wanted to try Bao London too but they sold out pretty early. They had a long queue all day so we missed out this time. Fortunately, they were also at the We Feast 1 year anniversary event so we head straight there to try them out.
I'd had one of these bad boys before but it was even better than I remembered. Braised pork belly in a steamed bun topped with coriander, pickles and caramelized peanut crumbs, they're sweet and savoury perfection. Love, love them. They're under £5 and totally moreish, Art had 2. They also do deep fried buns with fried chicken inside.
Also at We Feast were Anna Maes, which I obviously cannot resist whenever I see them. Mac & cheese is the one. They had a special on which was dubbed the macgic mushroom. Mushroom and truffle goodness pimping it up. Not cheap at £7.50 for a smaller tub than they usually serve in, but there was actual truffle on it, as well as oil so I happily parted with my pennies.
Wishbone had a stand there too, making me very happy, I tried one of their chicken sliders, the mini tower block, a nod to the colonel's zinger tower burger. Hash brown, hot sauce, crispy chicken thigh, lettuce and cheese, I thought the bun was a bit dry but overall enjoyed it.
Their main thing is clearly tacos but you can still get sliders too, as you rightly should do at Slider Bar. The tacos are good, we each got the taco tray which offers a selection of all 5 on the menu, spiced chesnut mushroom, jerk pulled pork, fried chicken, cod cheek and beef shortrib. I liked the cod one the best but they were all really good. Bargain for £12.
We also tried the slaw (£2) and the pork belly croquettes (£5) which were also great, it was day 2 so 50% off food so this was a real bargain. Good to know you can still get a decent bite to eat here following the departure of Lucky Chip.
Last but not least, I've spent a couple of nights this month propping up The Lobby Bar at the newly opened Edition Hotel. Looking forward to trying the Berners Tavern sometime soon, Jason Atherton's latest opening also in the hotel. Great martinis, decent sliders (po' boy and pulled pork below) and a really fun atmosphere make for an excellent night and a guaranteed sore head the next day. Love everything about the place and think I'll be huddled around their open fire for much of the winter.
The Grilling Greek
Weekly at Kerb KK (Tuesdays)
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Catering, and Kerb occasionally.
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Regulars at Kerb KK (Thursdays)
Netil Market (Saturdays)
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Visit their Brixton restaurant
Breddos Tacos @ The Player
8 Broadwich St
The Lobby Bar @ The London Edition