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Circa £20 (or less) not including drinks. All genres considered. GENRES.
But I was very drunk.
On a little side street off Upper Street. It's Italian, so nothing too fancy, but it's good stuff and reasonably priced. Great risotto, massive pizzas.
and go to Gallipoli
fancy a change.
is good though.
In fact, your suggested budget backs up my original proposition. Go to Gallipoli.
Or if you want to spend a bit more, I hear almeida is good if you like french grub.
will keep it as my back up
Disregard my suggestion and definitely DO NOT look at the picture I posted.
he wants a nice fresh flavours and relaxed atmosphere for around £20
but she says the teppanyaki place are doing good deals now (BOBOF, i think) on toptable. not great for veggies but it you're all meat eaters, this might work.
although BOBOF sounds nicer really, doesn't it.
sadly all the teppenyaki tables are booked till 9ish
and i want to be sinking pints by then.
But you're not escaping for £20 per person unless you do the washing up.
It's a good thing I knew what that was going to be...
Don't mind the place tbh, but's pretty depressing standard-slightly-overpriced-UK-foldy-Mexican.
I went once but I can't remember if it was any good. I haven't been again.
Loads and loads and loads and loads and loads and loads of meat.
They're what you'd get if Waitrose did chicken nuggets.
Italian good eats
There's a great, pretty traditional Greek place. That was nice. Exmouth Market is probably a good general location to browse around for restaurants, actually. Having said that, I went to Caravan once:
It's interesting but pointlessly expensive if you want to walk out of there without still feeling hungry. I had to resist the temptation to follow up with one of The Wilmington's awesome burgers.
but is full of amazing places. It's got Moro, FFS.
You kids and your rickets...
Great pub, great food, great booze and a dog.
On Essex Road is also good and a bit different, interesting and reasonably priced South American food and good cocktails.
Tod's Grill is good too, and pretty well priced. We went to The Blue Legume last week and that had decent portions, though it was a bit too vegetably for me. Admittedly the clue's in the name with that one.
Le Petit Auberge was nice and cosy as well, but a bit more expensive.