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Under the radar: brilliant places to eat that buck the current London trends

Posted at 4:30 pm, July 9, 2014 in Food & Drink
noodle house ©  Chris Orange

Looking for something a bit different from the current restaurant trends? Get yourself down to one of these…

CENTRAL

NOODLE HOUSE
There are branches of this international chain from Moscow to Muscat, all serving simple South East Asian dishes. 117 Shaftesbury Avenue, WC2H 8AD.  Tottenham Court Rd.

NORTH

TWO DOORS DOWN
A great new coffee shop between Camden Town and Kentish Town that’s worth the walk from either. 73 Kentish Town Rd, NW1 8NY.  Camden Town.

EAST

DOM’S PLACE
There’s no shortage of Turkish grills in Hackney, but Dom’s is different – more aspirational, and just different enough to make it a local destination. 199 Lower Clapton Rd, E5 8EG. Clapton rail.

SOUTH

RUSTICO
Proper rustic Italian cooking in a parade of shops just a few minutes’ walk from Stockwell station. 271 Clapham Rd, SW9 9BQ.  Stockwell.

WEST

MONSIEUR K
Francophiles will feel right at home in Monsieur K with its stoutly French menu of frogs’ legs, foie gras and steak tartare. 306 Earls Court Rd, SW5 9BA.  Earl’s Court.

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