Besides all the street food I saw and tried in London, I had some normal meals, sit-down style. I was not prepared to go to some really nice restaurants (need some more research) but I had some nice meals and Ben took me to his favorite dim-sum place. Here we go:
The good: the buns were fresh, the bacon was crispy, the gherkin was a nice touch. The less good: the fries were too thin for my taste – I prefer the fat version with some potato inside; the cooking degree was not right for me, coming from France, I guess I should have asked for a rare burger to get a succulent patty; with a soft drink and service charge it came up to 15 pounds, a bit pricey for this kind of meal I suppose. Also, Ben won, blue cheese takes avocado.
One night we bought groceries and cooked our own dinner. This is what we’ve done:
The dim sum restaurant:
Overall a very nice experience in a more authentic Chinese Dim Sum restaurant. I always prefer small little bites of different flavors to one big dish of something. I love Dim Sum.
To try out a bit of the Indian cuisine I went for lunch at the most recommended Indian place close to where I was that day.