Foody weekend

April 5th 2011katie

I appear to have accidentally eaten my way around London this weekend! Micro-reviews follow…

It might be derided as a poncy hipster hangout, but Dalston Superstore serves a yummy eggs on toast with friendly non-pretentious service. Killed my Saturday morning hangover.

Bodega 50
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Delicious Monmouth coffee and baked goodies (and a sweet doggy, Bruce!) at new charming little Stoke Newington coffee shop Bodega 50. It doesn’t even have a sign yet, but find it on the corner of Allen Road and Shakespeare Walk, opposite the Shakespeare pub.

Hache burger
Crispy carby perfection: sweet potato frites and skin-on chips served in their fryer basket at Haché Burger, Camden (bloody remains of Josh’s burger in the background — I had a nice salad)

Homecooked Mexican food – paprika roasted sweet potatoes, corn and courgette flowers, handmade tortillas. Recipes from Mexican Food Made Simple

Olive bread
Homemade olive breadsticks, inspired by the one I had with my coffee at Bodega 50. Mine turned out more like olive bread lumps, but they taste yummy! Recipe post to follow…

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Comments (7)

  • tamsin

    April 5th 2011 at 12:34 pm

    Hungry now!!! I want mexican food so much.

    I went to a vegan Thai buffet in Angel after I left yours – sorted out the hangover nicely (although I did it all again on Saturday night…)

  • Jessica

    April 5th 2011 at 12:47 pm

    Those breadsticks look great! Olive in bread is always a winner.

  • basilexposition

    April 5th 2011 at 5:40 pm

    Wow! The home-cooked food (especially the bread) looks extremely impressive!

  • mizhenka

    April 6th 2011 at 9:06 am

    Everything looks so delicious! I've never really eaten Mexican food and definitely need to remedy this very soon!

  • verhexteswesen

    April 11th 2011 at 6:19 pm

    Hi, I am your reader since last year, but I have never wrote a comment.

    I like the photo of the breadsticks. I love olives. Mexican food is one my favourite food. The kitchen is veggie friendly and varied. Feels like you are on holiday while eating :-)

    Love from Germany

  • Hollowaiian

    April 13th 2011 at 5:04 pm

    Must try making bagels sometime. yours look v. professional. Have you read our blog?

  • ana @ i made it so

    April 14th 2011 at 9:18 am

    insanely gorgeous photos and blog here. thanks for the sneaky peek from over the pond (i'm in canada!)…


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