Goswell Road Coffee

160-164 Goswell Road, London EC1V 7DU

Stopped here very briefly for a coffee the other morning with Holly’s dad Robert and we were not to be disappointed. It’s a sort of Friends meets chilled out internet space, lots of comfy sofas and boho types scattered around thinking about life and poetry (well that’s what I thought)

I had a Flat White and Robert had an Americano, both the coffees were served promptly and had just the right balance of smoothness and richness, the coffee comes from Papua New Guinea and is treated with respect by the barista who sang its praises to me.

Next time I’m down in hipster central, I know where to get a good coffee….oh and free wifi.

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Ed’s Easy Diner

Soho, Moor Street, Old Compton Street, Soho London W1D 5NG

This was the first Ed’s to open in the United Kingdom and it set the benchmark for all that is good in American diners and the ones that were to follow. I first went into the Soho branch in 1991 and was blown away by the quality of the burgers on offer, the triple thick milkshakes and fries covered in gooey cheese.

I now take Harry in there every time we are in London, and have been doing so since he was 6. He has always had a great palate (loving strong cheeses, sushi olives and salami) so it is no surprise to me that his fav order is Ed’s blue cheese burger with cheesy fries and oreo shake. I have the same. I know, I know, it’s decadent, but when you are having father and son fun times why not? Harry loves putting his 20p into the mini jukeboxes on the counter and selecting Elvis, again and again! You only have one life live it large.

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Avoca Café

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Every time I go home to visit my mum and sister in Dublin we always find time to visit Avoca. Perched on the top floor of a haberdashers in busy Suffolk Street and a stones throw from the popular Grafton Street, Avoca never fails to impress. Usually full of an eclectic group of Dubliners and better informed tourists you usually get a seat within 15 minutes and then you won’t want to leave.

Using the very best of Irish ingredients the chefs prepare everything from  a traditional Irish breakfast, the best you’ll eat in Ireland, to a lunch menu comprising such delights as Castletownbere crab salad with apple, fennel, pickled cucumber, a Middle Eastern mezze of spicy minced Wicklow lamb, hummus, tabbouleh, baba ghanouj, beetroot tzatziki & pita and Confit duck leg salad with pears & blackberries, feta, mixed leaves & blackberry vinaigrette.

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