Always had Fernandez & Wells on my list of places to visit when in town, but never managed it until last week. Coffee & Croissant were so good on that visit that I had no hesitation in coming back when asked where I wanted to go for breakfast. I wish I had asked where they get their croissant from. The stumpy was so smooth.
Had lunch with two good friends. The restaurant was recommended in a guide book. First impressions as you walk in is that is is quite small and just sandwiches but wander through and find a good spot and relish the larger menu. It was busy but not loud, bright but not without atmosphere and best of all the food is very fresh and prepared within your view. Recommend the egg mayonnaise and black pudding and any of the delicious cured meats. The portions are light - just right for lunch but choosing a sandwich will deliver a hearty sourdough bread with ample filling. The coffee is excellent. Also try the refreshing drink of lemon and mint over ice. Tucked away to the left inside Somerset House courtyard. Staff were relaxed and friendly and made us welcome without being intrusive.
[fika] Favorite spot in Soho for a quick coffee and some yummy pastry. Friendly and relaxed, good crowd, basic/authentic interior and, of course, good coffee.
The biggest disappointment on the London Tapas tour. Staff were not engaged, the tapas was average and way off the standard of all the other participating venues
This place is heaven. Food and wine consistently excellent. Octopus and smoked anchovies always great, veggies go for the pickled artichokes.
Fantastic little Spanish tapas bar, perfect spot for a Saturday afternoon glass of wine.
Very small place, but cozy if you can secure a seat. Great cheeses and hams.
Loved my breakfast of eggs and black pudding lush
Spanish an more, wines and delicacies, in a cozy place!
Charcuterie is all fine and good, but their smoked and marinated fish is great. Sardines are underrated...