SEPTEMBER’S LONDON FOOD FINDS

The best cinnamon roll I’ve ever eaten and a pizza bigger than me. September’s food finds are in, and there are some crackers. 1. Cinnamon Social, Ole and Steen. Ole and Steen is THE place for all your sweet tooths out there. A Scandinavian born bakery doing sugary buns of every kind, marshmallow dipped cakes… Read More »

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The best cinnamon roll I’ve ever eaten and a pizza bigger than me. September’s food finds are in, and there are some crackers.

1. Cinnamon Social, Ole and Steen.

Ole and Steen is THE place for all your sweet tooths out there. A Scandinavian born bakery doing sugary buns of every kind, marshmallow dipped cakes and these amazing cinnamon socials. Not like your average bun you may have seen elsewhere, It’s wider in shape and as well as gooey layers of sugar, there are little dots of custard. FYI, they also come is bigger versions that feed about 8 people. Or one hungry one!

Ole and Steen Cinnamon Social - One of September's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.com 2, St. James’s Market, 56 Haymarket, St. James’s, London SW1Y 4RP https://oleandsteen.co.uk

 

2. 20″ Pizza, Homeslice.

If you don’t know how big 20 inches is let’s just say it’s pretty big. Homeslice serve 20″ pizzas with quirky toppings all for £20. The menu changes often and you can find things like cauliflower cheese, beef shin and even carrots adorning their pies. Challenge you to finish a whole one.

Home Slice - One of September's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.com378, 374 Old St, London EC1V 9LT, http://www.homeslicepizza.co.uk

 

3. Hotcakes, Angie’s Little Food Shop.

Brunch places are not hard to come by in leafy Chiswick and Angie’s is one to add to the list. A kitsch little cafe doing brunch the Australian way and these hotcakes are part of the menu. Don t be fooled like me and expect sweet pancakes, these and completely different and almost savoury. Until you add the cinnamon syrup of course! Arrive early, it gets so busy.

Hotcakes at Angies Little Food Store, Chiswick - One of September's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.com114 Chiswick High Rd, Chiswick, London W4 1PU, http://www.angieslittlefoodshop.com

 

4. Croque Monsieur, Oree.

Oree is a French boulangerie in London doing brunch, snacks and treats. They have a whole load of beautiful cakes and French pastries, as well as a Croque Madame that’ll make all you cheese lovers very happy. Get one of those and a croissant. You won’t go far wrong.

p.s the oven sits at the back of the shop in full view so make sure you go when the almond pastries are going in! You won’t regret it.

Brunch at Oree, South Kensington - One of September's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.com147 Kensington High St, Kensington, London W8 6SU, https://www.oree.co.uk

 

5. Salted chocolate and pecan cookie, Jacob the Angel.

A new cafe that has opened in the lovely Neals Yard, Covent Garden. This little place only seats 10 people and if you’re looking for a little sarnie or salad for lunch, or maybe a quality treat that’s not full of E numbers this is the place! Their ethos is seasonal, healthy, great tasting food; and they got that spot on!

Jacob The Angel Salted Pecan Cookie - One of September's London Food Finds. Check em all out on notsobasiclondon.com16A Neal’s Yard, London WC2H 9DP, www.jacobtheangel.co.uk