The Best, Worst And Weirdest London Restaurants Of 2010

by timchester

It was a year ago Friday I chomped and nearly chundered my way through one of those gristle bricks the Aberdeen Angus Steak House get away with selling every two minutes across the capital, and made a quiet pledge to trundle round the city looking for better places to eat for the same price (£31.75 to the uninitiated). So with 2010 collapsing in a heap all around us, a non-scientific and random look at some of the movers and shakers of the budgetish restaurant world (and what cynics might call a flagrant excuse to flag up old content). See you in 2011, when I’m going to be mostly freeze drying my liver and taking it round schools to remind kids that drinking’s not cool, getting din dins by Heston, and trying to get the £31.75 Twitter followers above a number that makes the defollow so painfully obvious.

Best Restaurant: Polpetto
Best Restaurant (That No Other Reviewers Liked): Cantina Laredo
Worst Restaurant (by a country fucking mile): Otarian
Biggest Disappointment: The Three Crowns, Stoke Newington
Most Controversial Review: Su Sazzagoni (took a pasting on that one)
Funniest Restaurant: Bob Bob Ricard
Best Brunch: Caravan
Best Sunday Lunch: Hawksmoor
Best Burger: The Meat Wagon
Best Vegetarian: Saf, Kensington
Friendliest Restaurant: Dishoom
Acrimonious Split Of The Year: Me and The Flask
Most Amount Of Bob Crow References In A Blog Post: The Mall Tavern, Islington
Best Pizzeria: Pizza East
Worst Pizzeria: Datte Foco
Review that garnered the most comments: Otarian
Review that garnered nowt but tumbleweed: Look Mum No Hands
Top Three Places I Went To That Didn’t Rouse Me Into Writing A Review:
Moolis, Soho
The Chocolate Factory, South Bank
The Prince, Stoke Newington

What are yours???

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tom cousins January 20, 2011 at 5:29 pm

nice post. thanks.

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A tidy summary of some really great reviews – thanks for keeping us entertained and well fed

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