Are you a cereal killer? And only go to sleep thinking of what to have for breakfast the next day? Whether it be coco-pops or sugar-coated fruity pebbles, the Cereal Killer café in Brick Lane, Shoreditch offers over 100 varieties of cereal from all over the globe, accompanied by 12 types of milk and 20 different toppings – you’re in for a sweet treat!
Stuck between having another cocktail or desert at the end of your meal? Why not have both, aye? We’re dedicating this blog post the clever chaps at Steam and Rye, who believe that too much is never enough! A Fab ice-lolly with your martini, or, a Peppa Pig ice-cream in your Strawberry Daiquiri… Check out their crazy concoctions that will help you see your way through Thursday night to Friday morning. Well, Thursday is the new Friday, it would be rude not too, right?
Steam and Rye, 147 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3V 4QT
Tucked away within the small streets of Carnaby Street lies Flat Iron, the go-to place for any steak fanatic. Apart from the length queues that are visible from around the block, don’t let this put you off, as you would be a fool not to experience what they have to offer. The minimal menu, alongside their surprise daily specials comprises of the Flat Iron Steak (suggested cooking, hot, bloody & red) with sides of dripping cooked chips, creamed spinach, the unbelievably scrumptious Roasted Aubergine cooked with Tomato, Basil & Parmesan (our favourite) and a long list of sauces to accompany your steak. Be sure to arrive early to get a table, as reservations are a no-go with limited seating inside. If you’re not sold already, check out the below – you’re welcome!
17 Beak Street, Soho, London W1F 9RW- Average spend per person £25.00
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