Sneaky London Hot Spots for Great Food and Drink

Let’s face it, here in the UK we love our food and have some of the most varied cuisines found right here on our door step. I’m going to hone in on London for this one as it is an easy target when it comes to food and drink, with an extensive food quarter and eateries of pretty much every food style you can imagine at one place or another, you won’t fall short of places to visit if you visit, frequent or even live in London. Here’s some inspiration from Londonite Hannah for fantastic eateries in the great UK capital.

Prufrock Café, Farringdon: Hannah strongly tips the banana bread! However, its main function is that of an awesome coffee house and school.

Faltering Fullback, Finsbury Park: Hannah tips the Treehouse experience for this pub / Tai food place. It’s noted as an Irish pub and looks just that on entry but it’s got some secret charms you’d be a fool to miss out on.

The Miller, London Bridge: Hannah tips the varied food and comedy experience. It’s got a varied and extensive list of arts, comedy, DJ’s and more providing a top-notch events hotspot.

Freud Bar, Covent Garden: Hannah tips the cocktails and the ‘get to know you’ cosy environment. Cocktails range from £5.50-£7.25 and you have plenty to choose from with a menu of over 40 combinations!

Drink, Shop, Do at Kings Cross: Hannah tips this crafty, arty day time café / night time club venue! They rate themselves as a top hen party location and with everything they have to offer I’d say they were worth a visit for plenty more occasions too.