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whats yours...?! i'm still not convinced i know too many central places to munch some tasty food...
the mexican restaurant beside the notting hill arts club.
if i had to eat there every day, i think i'd be very very happy.
i think mexicali down the road a bit is slightly better, although the beach burrito cafe was the best tex-mex until it closed suddenly :(
yeah its weird I mean I love the food, and there are other place round town that serve as good food, just had sme happy times in it, and like to go back, every so often.
are the same thing, just bigger.
some days I wish i was you.
yeah i think i'll just write them down and visit them at my own leisure.
Feeling a bit low of the self esteem today?
FTW! YEAH! yeah
What a classic. One of the few proper old style cafes still left in london.
Cheap as chips Japanese which is dirt cheap and the portions are massive, but you often have to queue like forever to get in.
is pretty much my favourite i think, although that would come under favourite japanese and favourite budget.
favourite turkish: 19 numarra bos cirrik or ozlem in dalston.
pizza: italian graffiti or that cheap one on goodge st.
they are probably my two favourites, seriously. number 19 is the best.
Freaks me out a bit. Not too fussed about Icco(?) on Goodge though or pizza generally.
19 is amazing. the quail is just beyond anything else.
Icco is good and cheap, but pizza just pales in comparison to lahmacun from the turkish places completely.
that is a bargain.
Not had the quail but apparantly the caborga (haven't got a clue how you spell that) is great. I like a simple adana.
Song Que Vietnamese on Kingsland Rd
Dinos, Bethnal Green!
Navarros (Tapas), Charlotte Street W1
Bam Bou, Percy Street (WELL NICE)
Les Trois Garcons, Schwadditch if you want to spend all your savings.
It's a cheap place in hackney. Krazy decor and sexual toilet.
I like sitting inside a giant cooking pot
and you feel like you're eating in a tree house
They give you free badges too.
Not badgers, badges. Although that would be cool too.
on stoke newington high street is great, they do some cracking turkish breakfasts and the coffee is the best i've ever tasted. shame that they charge you about 8 quid for a small bag of it if you try to buy it off them (i think they (illegally) sell if you ask nicely)
if anyone dares venture to hammersmith, sagar for a cheap and tasty s.indian (veggie) curry is well worth a visit