November Foodie Highlights

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As soon as Halloween was over, all the weird eyeball sweets were binned and the mince pies and festive chocolates were brought out in their squillions. You know what they say, tis' the season to eat Quality Street sandwiches for breakfast.

These were my best foodie bits in November:

Hipchips, Soho
An evening of Prosecco, crisps and dip - don't mind if I do. I had a sneak peek of the new festive flavours for December at Hipchips in Soho featuring the salmon Bellini, turkey and stuffing and Christmas Pud, making the ultimate crispmas dinner. 

Dynamo, Putney 
All of my favourite things (the man included) wedged between toasted sourdough bread.

If you're a condiments kinda gal/guy then you're missing out if you don't smother your sausage sarnie in Tracklements. Favourites: The chilli jam and the mustard ketchup.

and look what I found! The teeniest little jars that will be in everyone's stockings from Santa. Because yes, everyone does want wholegrain mustard for Christmas. (I certainly do...) 
find them here 

Casa Brindisa, South Kensington 
As you may be aware, I live for arancini balls (or anything covered in breadcrumbs and fried) and these might just be the finest balls in all of Kensington. I would also highly recommend the prawns with garlic bread for dipping into the prawny, garlic butter. A double, garlic whammy that will give you all of the space on the tube the next morning because no one wants to stand next to you and your garlic breath.

Jacob the Angel, Covent Garden
People, I've found the best banana bread in London. When I went to Australia this year I became weirdly obsessed with Banana bread; the squidgy, door-stop kind that's warm and lathered in butter. I don't even like bananas, but bananas IN bread is quite possibly the best thing in the world. TIP: ask for the espresso butter.

Honest Burger, South Kensington 
Honestly, the best burgers and those rosemary fries are definitely worth the chip. 

Olso Hackney, Hackney
Gin-gle bells, gin-gle bells, gin-gle all the way. I popped over to Oslo Hackney for some festive bevvies and found myself a Winter Spritz, featuring gin, prosecco and gingerbread syrup. Move over basic bitches, there's a new gin-gerbread in town. And remember, Spritz are for life, not just for summer. 

Happy Season's Eatings



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