Many people travel round the world and in their worlds ‘eat their way through a country’. My friend is one of these people. He loves to try cuisine everywhere he goes, from street markets through to the most amazing restaurants, with great views, impeccable service and delicious food. If you find that you are one of these very people and want to travel around London tasting the very best, then why not investigate and find out what the best dishes to have are? Sure you may have heard that curry is the national dish, but what kind of curry, and from where? Below are some of the dishes that you have to try whilst visiting the city of London.
First off, let’s start with tapas. There are many tapas bars in town, offering you all manner of great dishes for you and London escorts to enjoy, but none can beat the Ajo Blanco at Copita. It’s an Andulucian white soup, made from almonds and a hint of garlic. The serving is tiny, enough to fit in an egg cup perhaps, however the flavours are out of this world. If you want to be impressed then this is the dish to do it.If you prefer something a little more manly and filling however, then you cannot go past the beef ribs at Duke’s Brew and Que. Here you can get all messy as the ribs are prepared deep American South way, with an imported wood burner to give them that authentic taste. You and London escorts may not chat much over this dish, it is too finger licking good!
Aside from tasting your way around a country, you also want to have a good time and enjoy the drinks that come with it, and at Hawksmoor you can do exactly that. There are many Hawksmoor branches all over London, but if you want to drink and eat a small amount then it’s best to go with the short rib French dip at Hawksmoor Bar. This sandwich is not only delicious, but also just enough to keep you going with giving you the full three course meal that these places are known for. Here you can enjoy your cocktails with London escorts and your meal, without leaving the place feeling bloated and as big as a house.
For something a little sweeter and to get the day started then you cannot go past Caravan and their poached rhubarb and coconut bread. This really is a divine treat, with the toasted coconut bread spread with thick lemon curd cream cheese and topped with the rhubarb, or if it’s in season, strawberries. What better way to start the day? No matter where you go the flavours of London will linger with you, but why not try some of the best whilst you are here?
Let your stomach guide you