Additionally this place is not just about tea breaks and cakes, people also come here for the exceptional veggie lunches that include detox salads and appropriately correct (I assume) bangers and mash.
My burger looked liked the one that came from an animal that’s been grass fed and properly serious.
Bite into it and you can see for yourself it’s beautifully cooked, rare to high heaven. Except that this is no hamburger; it’s meatless and utterly delicious. To be honest I was half expecting a bean burger or another Linda Mc’s wannabe; no this was quite unique and a ruddy fine effort at replicating the carnivore’s version.
The chips were positively obese in size compared to what is normally expected; they were exceptional and more than lived up to its comfort food status.
So just to prove my point with the cakes, got myself a slice of this.
The white chocolate and pistachio cheesecake was gratifyingly wow, it was verging on holistic! Yes, I know what you’re thinking, as if that burger meal wasn’t enough and now I’m pigging on the cake- look someone’s gotta try these places out for the benefit of others!
The cup of coffee ain’t bad either, it tasted all very decent.
Like Yumchaa, I find that girls are more at home here than boys (must be that cupcake thing!). Service today was immeasurably more cheery than my first visit.
Gillian, there you have it, I’ve done my bit and I’m definitely coming back to
53 Lexington Street
London W1F 9AN