Any restaurant with a queue outside the door is worth the wait in by book and Muriel’s Kitchen did not disappoint. This fabulous deli and restaurant serves up British classics with a modern twist.
The window is filled with delectable, dainty and chic cakes, macaroons and brownies.
Muffins as big as my hands!
The deli counter is filled with vibrant fresh salads and roasted Mediterranean vegetables.
Long French beans, violet tabbouleh, polenta with goat’s cheese and chunks of butternut squash.
Mini bags of honeycomb
Hearty winter warmers such as casseroles, curries, lasagna and stews.
Adorable menu, a very humble, family orientated, traditional home cooked dishes.
Muriel’s famous beef lasagna was rich, hearty, great quality mince and a large portion – just what I needed on a winter day.
My friend’s polenta was a soft sponge texture, seasoned well against the salty goat’s cheese, a side of salad or vegetables would have topped it off nicely.
I’ve always got room for dessert; the cheesecake was light and fluffy cloud like ricotta with a thin biscuit base. One of the best cheesecakes I’ve ever had!.
I cannot fault Muriel’s Kitchen, tasty, fresh and homemade dishes that oozes love for simple humble comfort food for all. Charming attentive waiters made the wait all worth while.