|Off the Beaten Path: 6 Hidden London Restaurants.|
By Miranda York ~ ZAGAT London
Thursday, 19th December 2013
As savvy Londoners become evermore clued-up on the food scene, it’s time to seek out some more unusual places to dine.
Tucked down alleyways, hiding in the eaves, masquerading as sex shops… here are six restaurants you won’t find by accident.
Trip Kitchen & Bar
With the recent launch of Tonkotsu East and Smokey Tails, Haggerston is turning into London’s latest restaurant hot spot, if you know where to look.
Walk down a narrow, cobbled alleyway opposite the underground station and you’ll find Trip Kitchen & Bar. Serving up a modern Turkish menu (with a few Mediterranean flourishes), this is the first solo project from ex Kopapa chef Selin Kiazim.
Located in a converted railway arch, the simple, Scandi-style space is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We recommend a lazy weekend brunch of toasted bacon sandwiches with decadent medjool date butter - followed by a few house-baked treats to take away.