On Wednesday I was in Primrose Hill and had what I would say is one of the nicest meals I had this year. I had the Angus fillet which was cooked to perfection. For those in London who want exceptional food this is one of the places to visit.
I just went down the road, the first place I wanted to eat was closed so I went across the road into Marks, but I couldn’t buy any food, microwave or oven baked products didn’t really appeal to me.
So out I went and crossed the road again looked at the menu on the door of an empty Indian restaurant and thought the prices seemed reasonable enough.
So I went in and took a table. When I am on my own I rather like empty restaurants. There is something easy going, no other customers to stare at me and think what a sad guy eating on his own. No, I don’t feel ashamed, but slightly imperious to have the place all to myself.
So I felt settled, ordered a starter of an onion bargie, a chicken dish and rice for my main. A little over £10. Very nice food and I didn’t need to make a mess in my own kitchen.
There is something very satisfying about every aspect and comforting that I was able to power walk home.