Our Current Favourites

While we of the Boozy Bunch love trying new and interesting places to eat at and sharing our experiences with our readers, we also have several places that are dear to our hearts that we are constantly recommending and returning to. This page shows our favourite places to eat (and drink) in London.

Bone Daddies (Soho or Kensington): A good portion of the bunch agree that this is THE place to go to get great ramen and great Asian-inspired snacks in London.


Hoppers: Yee Gan is a huge fan of Hoppers and has brought several members of The Boozy Bunch (including Vicky and Sanj) back here to try the food. They all agree it’s one of the best places to eat right now!


Kitchen Table: For fine dining, Kitchen Table can’t be beat. The food is fantastic and getting to watch the chefs prepare your meal in front of you is definitely a treat. It’s Grant’s favorite, and several other Bunchers have been and enjoyed!


Cutter and Squidge: As desserts go, they do a fantastic job, even converting resident UK cake-hater Grant to their side. It’s one of the Bunch’s go-to places for a spot of tea and something sweet!


CoBa: Hands down, a lot of the Bunch agree that this is the place to go if you want some amazing Vietnamese food. The menu is small, but everything is packed with flavor. It’s always a hard decision what to order as we want everything on the menu.

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Bleecker St. Burger: Probably the best place in London for burgers, as the burgers are rich and meaty. Get a Bleecker Black and you won’t be sorry.


Molé Taco Bar: This has fast become one of our favourite Latin American joints in London. The flavors are absolutely fantastic and there isn’t really anything bad on the menu. Plus their guacamole is one of the best!

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Casita: Is Casita the best bar in Shoreditch? Yes. Is it the best bar in London? Probably yes here too. We love Casita and their amazing Tequila con Verditas. But you shouldn’t go, only because we don’t want to be turned away from our favourite place to drink.


Tang: It’s not Ramen, but the soup and noodles here are so good, we don’t care. The chef is not afraid of spice and flavor, and it really shows in the simple dishes she puts out!