Mostly Food & Travel Journal Best Restaurants 2017

The Best Sunday Brunch Award goes to Bōkan for its Bottomless Prosecco Sunday Brunch

This weekend event was appealing not only for its polished and innovative food but also for the striking view across London which is hard to beat.

Read my review here: http://www.mostlyfood.co.uk/index.php/bokan-for-bottomless-prosecco-sunday-brunch-2/

 

 

The Best Ethnic Restaurant Award goes to Chotto Matte for its exciting dinner.

The restaurant is a fascinating and eclectic spot with hints of Japan in the heart of Soho. But it’s the food which will assure a speedy return.

Read my review here: http://www.mostlyfood.co.uk/index.php/chotto-matte/

 

 

The Best Pop-up Restaurant Award goes to The Test Kitchen

I don’t often cover pop-ups. It’s not that I regard them as any less worthy than an established restaurant but it’s just that they are around for only a limited time. This restaurant deserves to have a full-time home.

Read my review here: http://www.mostlyfood.co.uk/index.php/the-test-kitchen/

 

 

The Best European Restaurant Award goes to Eneko at One Aldwych

There are few restaurants of this quality that I have enjoyed so much. It has a relaxed ambiance, a great location, but it’s the food and wine that will guarantee a loyal following. Eneko didn’t disappoint.

Read my review here: http://www.mostlyfood.co.uk/index.php/eneko-at-one-aldwych-for-dinner/

 

 

The Best Steak Restaurant in London Award goes to Blackhouse – The Grill on the Market

Blackhouse – The Grill on the Market at Smithfield ticked all available boxes. The location was well served by public transport. The décor was warm and inviting, the service was friendly, and the staff were passionate and knowledgeable. All of that, garnished with the most flavourful of steaks.

Read my review here: http://www.mostlyfood.co.uk/index.php/blackhouse-the-grill-on-the-market-at-smithfield/

 

 

The Best Newcomer Award goes to Stagolee’s Hot Chicken and Liquor Joint

Stagolee’s is unlike all those other US-inspired eateries. This spot will introduce the diner to a different face of American food but a truly authentic one, and you’ll likely not find these vibrant dishes in any other place in London.

Read my review here: http://www.mostlyfood.co.uk/index.php/stagolees-hot-chicken-and-liquor-joint/