OCTOBER’S LONDON FOOD FINDS

A hot chocolate made out of potatoes and a doughnut filled with an entire jar of Nutella. Here are October’s London Food Finds so make sure you’re writing them down! 1. The Duck Confit Burger, The Frenchie. If there was ever a reason to go to Broadway market, Southbank Market or Brick Lane it’s to get… Read More »

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A hot chocolate made out of potatoes and a doughnut filled with an entire jar of Nutella. Here are October’s London Food Finds so make sure you’re writing them down!

1. The Duck Confit Burger, The Frenchie.

If there was ever a reason to go to Broadway market, Southbank Market or Brick Lane it’s to get a burger from The Frenchie. Not like any other burger you’ve ever tasted, it’s made with shredded duck, topped with goats cheese, smothered in truffle honey and has crunchy duck crackling layered on top. All wrapped up in a soft, sweet brioche bun. If that’s not enough they do duck fat chips with truffle mayo too. Worth getting out of bed on a Sunday morning for. TRUST ME.

Duck Confit Burger from The Frenchie - One of October's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.comSouthbank Market, SE1 8XX, Broadway Market E8 3RL, Brick Lane E1 6SE https://www.thefrenchieuk.com

 

2. Love at First Bite, Doughnut Time.

Doughnut Time are the Aussie doughnut kings that have hopped across the water and taken London by storm. Their flavors include Love Actually, Eminem and my favorite ‘Love At First Bite. Never will you ever see so much Nutella in one doughnut. It’s INSANE!! Find them on Shaftsbury Avenue in central London. Defo one to add to this list Nutella bucket list.

Nutella Doughnut from Doughnut Time - One of October's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.com96 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 5ED. http://www.doughnuttime.com

 

3. Truffle Ramen, Kanada – Ya.

It’s not very often you don’t see a queue outside Kanada Ya and there’s a good reason for that. Known in London for some of the best ramen around, it’s not the cheapest you can get but it’s certainly worth the money. It’s a very quick and casual place with a about 6 different ones on the menu to choose from. The truffle version highly recommended. It’s got a rich broth, juicy meat and plenty of truffle flavour so it’s super indulgent and warming for a cold winter evening. Just make sure you add a creamy egg too. Definitely worth the wait.

Truffle Ramen from Kanada Ya - One of October's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.com3 Panton St, London SW1Y 4DL http://www.kanada-ya.com

 

4. Ube Hot Chocolate, Mamasons Dirty Ice-cream

Mamasons icecream is a funky little dessert shop in North London. It does a  range of Filipino treats including this very unusual hot chocolate made with Ube ice cream. Ube is a purple potato used widely in Filipino cooking and if you have never heard of it don’t worry you’re definitely not alone. While it looks very pretty, let’s just say it is the most unusual taste and interesting drink you will ever come across.  You just have to taste it for yourself!

Ube Hot Chocolate from Mamason Dirty Ice-cream - One of October's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.com91 Kentish Town Rd, London NW1 8NY  http://dirtyicecream.co.uk

 

5. All The Brunch, Brother Marcus

Brother Marcus is a local neighborhood cafe in South London super popular for their brunch menu. They do the usual classics of avocado on toast and a full English, but added to the mix are some more unusual things which make them stand out from the crowd. A pork belly sandwich,  sweet potato fritters or even a stack of frumpets to get your teeth into. Frumpets being french toast crumpets topped with caramelised banana and pecans. Defo one to venture to next weekend.

Sweet Potato Fritters from Brother Marcus - One of October's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.com9 Chestnut Grove,SW12 8JA http://brothermarcus.co.uk

 

6. Beef Shin Pappardelle Pasta, Trullo

Trullo is the sister restaurant to the famous Padella in Borough market. If you haven’t heard of either of them they are two Italian restaurants serving up some of the best fresh pasta around town. Padella is the more casual, more affordable one that always has a queue outside. You’ll go for a quick lunch or swift dinner. Trullo is the more expensive, more formal one to go for date nights and those evenings you want to make the most of. A simple menu but nothing simple about it.

Beef shin pasta from Trullo. One of October's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.com300-302 St Paul’s Rd, Highbury East, London N1 2LH, trullorestuarant.co.uk