Category Archive: Southern Food

REVIEW: Dirty Bones, Shoreditch

Dirty Bones Shoreditch has launched it’s brunch menu, featuring all the usual filthy foods you crave BUT with avocado toast. Opposite BoxPark this large Grade II listed building (once a French restaurant) has… Continue reading

Burger & Beyond and Other Side Fried joint popup

Burger & Beyond and Other Side Fried join forces for Soho residency Throw your New Year diet out the window as a new burger popup is about to launch. Street food vendors Burger &… Continue reading

Review of Absurd Bird Soho

Review of Absurd Bird Soho Absurd Bird Soho is a cosy American diner/ speakeasy nicely tucked away from tourist trap Oxford street. It’s menu of hearty deep south cooking takes inspiration from the… Continue reading

Review of Bodean’s BBQ Covent Garden

London’s popular BBQ and smokehouse Bodean’s BBQ has celebrated its latest opening in Covent Garden with a BBQ and beer pairing event. A five course meat lovers feast accompanied with an assortment of IPA and… Continue reading

Review of White Men Can’t Jerk

White Men Can’t Jerk residency at the Star Bethnal Green is sadly coming to end but before they left I sampled their finest soul food. It’s been a while since an entire menu… Continue reading

Review of HotBox London

Newly opened BBQ smokehouse HotBox are fast becoming the pitmaster kings of London. After smoking their way around the capital with residencies at Street Feast’s Dalston Yard, Hawker House and various popups,  they have settled into… Continue reading