August 2, 2017
At the Counter with Natalia
This week At the Counter, Natalia walks you through a food tour of some of London’s oldest and newest spots alongside a mixed bag playlist.
My Good Friend – Here you’ll try some delicious Taiwanese fried chicken. Favourite topping is chilli and cool off your tongue with an ice cold Bubble Tea.
Jens Dumplings – fan favourites are the Beijing dumplings and BBQ Pork 🙂
Bar Termini for a beautifully made Negroni, they have four different flavours to choose from, although I am partial to a Rosato. Other great cocktail bars worth checking out are The Blind Pig, Berners Tavern and The Punch Room – also Three Sheets in Dalston.
Quo Vadis – Check out this institution for a classic martini and a bit of classy relaxation. Their outside seating is the perfect place for Soho people watching.
The French House – It may look like just a pub, but this place is drenched in history. Including one of the first places Fergus and Margot Henderson cooked before opening St. John and Rochelle Canteen. Pop in for a cheeky half, but make certain to stay off your phone!
J Sheekey Atlantic Bar – Hidden down a little side street off St. Martin’s Lane, the little sister to J. Sheekey proper serves up an elegant backdrop for a dozen oysters, whole crab and quick bottle of bubbles.
St. John – Hit up this Clerkenwell haunt for a plate of sweetbreads, Welsh rarebit and the signature dish of bone marrow. Wash down a plate of madeleines with a Dr. Henderson…
Zetter Townhouse – Perfect for a pre-dinner tipple or night cap.
Listen back to hear The Fugees, Ace of Base, Sade, Tina Turner, De La Soul and more!