The Ultimate Winter Food Guide: London

The Ultimate Winter Food Guide: London

Winter is the time for drinking the finest, most indulgent food without feeling guilty. Celebrating all that London has to offer this winter, we’re giving you the lowdown on some of our favourite winter treats.

The Princess of Shoreditch

It’s not Winter without a traditional roast every Sunday. With lashings of gravy and crispy roast potatoes, there is nothing better than this winter warmer to get you ready for the week ahead. There is a lot of competition around London as there are traditional English pubs around every corner but for the best roast in London head to The Princess of Shoreditch. Head inside the cosy and intimate pub with an inviting bar that embodies the English pub that we all know and love. Then head up the spiral staircase for a roast that will be sure to impress.

 

Rabot 1745

There’s nothing better than having a break from your Christmas shopping to have some comforting hot chocolate to heat up. Rich and indulgent, hot chocolates embody what Christmas is all about. One of your London favourites is Rabot 1745. Overlooking Borough market this bar, café and terrace is named after a Saint Lucian plantation. Choose between classic, salted caramel, chilli and many more or add some extra warmth with their rum chocolate drink. This is hot chocolate at its best.

Alpes

Imagine you’re enjoying some après ski after gliding down the slopes in the Alps with some cheese fondue. Originating in Switzerland, cheese fondue is a firm favourite with the snowy terrain lovers. So, take yourself to the slopes with some of the best cheese fondue in London. Our favourite is Alps in Pop Brixton. Built in a shipping container this is not your conventional Fondue restaurant. Alpes has an unparalleled modern twist on the traditional winter warmer. Get the Fondue Savoyarde for a blend of gruyere, emmental and raclette with unlimited baguette and pickles to dip in.

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