Goodge street area is a great place to find new cuisines to eat.PTAO wrote:Looked it up just for you. Archipelago near Goodge Street.Bodacious Benny wrote:
Nice! Do you remember the name?
They didn't have enough insects on the menu for us so they made us some extra dishes. The alpaca and plantain are really good as a meat dish too if you go.
I had an old section chef from Paris stay with me and my wife who told me to impress him with food in London. We worked together at the Ritz and he went off and did the George V and Roubichon while I went back to blighty.
My wife was bricking it about the cost of Michelin restaurants but we went around that area and ate some very eclectic dishes from various popup places and he was shocked at the diversity of food available.
By the end of the night he said the best place for food in Europe was London.