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CHRISTOPHER’S – Build your own pancakes!

Pancakes are awesome already, right? Whether you’re a bacon and maple syrup person or yoghurt with berries, you really can’t go wrong. But what if you go somewhere and you’re in need of bacon and syrup and they only do chocolate and strawberries. What happens then? Well, free up a weekend because, on Saturdays and Sundays, 11:30… Read More »

Christopher's in Covent Garden is a contemporary American restaurant with a sweeping staircase and striking martini bar. They do impressive breakfast and lunch by day, scones (with nutella, cream and jam!!) in the afternoon and juicy steaks by night. But the star of the show is their build your own pancake menu. Find out more about Christopher's DIY Pancakes on www.notsobasiclondon.com - who knew filling in a form could be so fun!

DIRTY BONES – Dirty Dinner

If you’re a fan of filthy brunches, big burgers, dirty hot dogs and lethal cocktails, this is somewhere that’ll right up your alley.  First things first, Dirty Bones is not somewhere to go a relaxed, elegant dinner for two. It’s lively, buzzing and downright noisy. Just what you would expect from somewhere serving American style food like deep-fried mac… Read More »

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MERCATO METROPOLITANO – London’s Newest Italian Food Market

We all know London has some bloody good markets already. Spitalfields for the fashion, Portobello for the antiques and Borough for the food. Well, now there’s a new a place in town and it’s called Mercato Metropolitano. Mercato Metropolitano is a new Italian food market opened up in South London that’s not really like any other… Read More »

Mercato Metropolitano is London's newest Italian food market. Spanning over 45,000 square ft, with over 1000 seats and 30 different food stalls it is a must visit for all foodies when in London. More on www.notsobasiclondon.com

10 Places to Eat in London for a Special Occasion

Stuck for inspiration on where to go for your birthday? A place to eat when the parents come to visit? or just fancy treating yourself one weekend? This list will give you some great ideas on where to eat in London for a special occasion, and tips to do so without breaking the bank! From great… Read More »

10 places to eat in London for a special occasion - Great ideas and tips on doing so without breaking the bank. Head to www.notsobasiclondon.com

MAC FACTORY – Mac & Cheese in Camden Market

So you’ve spent the day wandering about Camden Market and now you’ve earned a well-deserved food stop. Where do you go? Walk towards the canal and this where you’ll find the foodie part of the market. There are TONS of street food stalls selling juicy burgers, ice cream sandwiches and stone baked pizzas. So now you’ve found the… Read More »

Mac Factory at Camden Market serves big pots of delicous gourmet mac and cheese that you need to try! Lots more cheesiness from the mac factory on notsobasiclondon.com

TOTA – Half Price Steak & Ribs Night!

Tooting Broadway. An area famous for curry, bingo and Primark. The best kind of place. About a 20 minutes tube ride from central, It’s undergone a serious makeover over the last few years. Slowly it’s becoming THE place to live and eat for young Londoners. There are loads of good places to eat in Tooting. Gravy dipped burgers… Read More »

Tota  - Half price steak and ribs night

THE ALBERTS DELI – Who doesn’t love a crisp sandwich!

Not many places do it anymore, but when you order a sandwich and it comes with a handful of crisps, angels sing at the thought being able to stuff them inside and make your very own crisp sandwich. One of the easiest and tastiest things on earth. The Albert Deli is a little cafe a… Read More »

The Alberts Deli in Richmond is a local deli that does amazing club sandwiches, cakes and salads. Have a walk around Richmond park and head here for lunch. More on www.notsobasiclondon.com
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