FLESH & BUNS.

For my 100th blog post I’ve decided to review my favourite restaurant in London. I went back in April for my birthday but never got round to doing a post. Flesh & Buns in Covent Garden is at the very top of my list of restaurant recommendations and I think it’s going to take something pretty special to beat it.

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This is their ‘Chips & Dips’ which is like a giant popadom with guacamole and salsa. Its extremely moorish and delicious and the perfect accompaniment to the cocktails which I forgot to take a photograph of.

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This is obviously grilled corn. I can never resist a nice corn on the cob and this was the creme de la creme of corn on the cob.

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These were like Japanese arancini balls – they were hot and crispy and gooey and amazing.

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Tempura vegetables are always a good choice and these were obviously divine.

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For the main we shared the flat iron steak and crispy duck buns. There are no words. The buns are called Oishii buns are are becoming quite popular – you can even get them at Yo Sushi now and they are fucking beautiful. They’re soft and squidgy and sweet. Combined with the meat, pickles and sauce there really isn’t a greater combination and if you haven’t tried them yet, you must.

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As you can see, dessert was a right treat. Its not every day your waitress bring a fire to your table for you to make s’mores. You cannot go to Flesh & Buns and not try the s’mores, you literally cannot. They are INSANE.

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