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3 New Foodie Spots to Visit in London
| 03 Mar

London is bursting with some of the coolest and quirkiest food spots from casual dining establishments to high-end restaurants. We’ve noted 3 of London’s best new hotspots: Wonderbunz, Chai Thali and Yard Sale Pizza.

1) Wonderbunz (Hammersmith Broadway Shopping Centre, London, W6 9QH)

Wonderbunz is a new grab-and-go food concept specialising in steamed buns (baos) and pies inspired by Malaysian and Singaporean cuisine. The menu showcases a variety of authentic bun fillings from Spicy Beef Rendang and Chicken Char Siu to Vegetarian Curry. Guests can also choose from noodles, salads and rice pots.

Wonderbunz décor focuses on an industrial theme combining dark woods with grey metals from the seating to the flooring. Oversized yellow pendants help to introduce personality and create an uplifting atmosphere.

2) Chai Thali (Workshop, Centro 3, 19 Mandela Street, Camden, London NW1 0DU)

Located 10 minutes away from Camden Station, Chai Thali is a new Indian restaurant specialising in Indian street food. The menu features dishes from all over India and offers everything from a quick coffee to a wholesome lunch. Dishes include ‘Bombay Roadside Scrambled Egg Masala’ and ‘Dhaaba Murg’ – Punjab Chicken Curry.

Chai Thali’s interior design is inspired by the culture and street life of India sporting plenty of textured woods and industrial-styled scaffolding. Seating is in abundance with multiple communal booths named after different cities in India. There are also casual tables for two for a quick catch-up over a hot turmeric latte or Chai Thali – a spicy Bloody Mary.

3) Yard Sale Pizza (15 Hoe Street, London E17 4SD)

Yard Sale Pizza have recently opened their third site in Walthamstow, having already opened sister sites in Clapton and Finsbury Park. The casual dining establishment takes pride in serving its much-loved stone-baked pizza, ideal for a cosy date or a social meet up with friends or family.

The Walthamstow site menu showcases the usual classics including margherita and pepperoni as well as more adventurous options such as the Brunch Special (chorizo, avocado, lime, spinach and a soft runny egg).

The site was previously a warehouse homing a family-run stained glass business. The new owners have retained the original brickwork and stained-glass windows. Seating includes a mix of communal booths and counter stools with outdoor ‘yard’ tables for the summer and warmer temperatures.

By Dawood Pathan

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