The Essential Islington Restaurants

The Essential Islington Restaurants

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    Veggie All American was disappointing. The 'sausage' is made from cornbread (weird) & the pancakes were dry, hard & overdone. The Pommy Granny smoothie tasted strange. Overall, not worth the dosh IMHO -- Hannah F. via Foursquare
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    One of my new favourite coffee shops in London! Grab a latte if you're nearby or try the gluten free brownies. They offer different tastes every day, like orange or apricot & pistachio. -- Ivan Lazorin via Foursquare
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    I just don't get it when some snooty bar manager won't sit you & serve on the basis they are fully booked when the 3 empty tables say otherwise. -- Danny Masting via Foursquare
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    Poor service on three separate occasions. Bizarre rules about what can be ordered in the garden. I won't be back. -- Aaron via Foursquare
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    Comfort food nicely presented at this Gastropub according to blogger Susie Lau of Style Bubble on her Louis Vuitton Amble around London. See more of her picks at vuitton.lv/10cjss1 -- Louis Vuitton via Foursquare
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    Try everything, I went for Dinner last night and will be there for lunch today. It's a good idea to book ahead. Fantastic food, spicy hot pickles, superb value, clean and fresh and friendly. -- David Gardiner via Foursquare
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    Chairman Mao pork is worth going for as are the smashed cucumbers. Wasn't crazy on the other dishes though. Definitely an authentic Hunanese experience. -- Daniel Bower via Foursquare
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    Judged "Good" in the Oct 2011 London burger feature in the FT: “chunky, juicy, nice hint of charcoal and melt-in-the-mouth”; “generous thickness with sheen of yummy beef fat – a satisfying burger”. -- Financial Times via Foursquare
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    Delicious, truly authentic Vietnamese food. If you've never had pho, keep in mind that a portion is huge - with a lot of soup. If you want something less adventurous, go for the rice or noodle dishes. -- Ankur Banerjee via Foursquare
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    Tried Wahaca twice now and really don't get what the fuss is about, far far better places. Burritos at Chipotle kick Wahacas butt! -- Ed S via Foursquare
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    One of the best bubble tea places in London. Ask for the special if you like taro or iced coffee or viet iced coffee which are not on the menu. GOOD STUFF. -- Becky H via Foursquare
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    Kaesespaeztle! Do it! (It's like fancy Mac & cheese.) Although they did sprinkle it with balsamic vinegar which I would have preferred it without - but you could always ask. -- Nicole Rowe via Foursquare
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