‘@angus_crombie Saves You Money on Food & Shopping
By Angus Crombie
Rossella in Kentish town is a family run restaurant with some best Italian food i’ve had its also got some of the best prices about, you can get a margarita for £5.50, most pasta dishes for around the same and at lunch time any pizza or pasta plus a drink for a fiver!
Tomo on Hornsey high road is another family run restaurant where you’ll get the best pizza in London for under a tenner.
Pappagone on Stroud Green road is also top notch for pizza and good value for money plus its always full of Italians which means they must be doing something right.
Tonda is on the Portobello road (yeah I know the first restaurant thats not in North) where you’ll also get some great vintage if you get down there early on a Friday or Saturday morning, here you get lovely modern Italian cooking at a good price.
Pretty much anywhere on Green Lanes but theres a few special places, the only problem being that there bloody hard to get a table in.
Gokyuzu is regarded as one of the best restaurants in London and you can leave there feeling like your about to give birth for under £15, they grill meat properly.
Hala on green lanes too is also great, and if your after snack you can get lahmucan for £1.50 which is quiet dangerous because I ate four the other day.
Best Kebab in Crouch End is somewhere I have to put in as I eat there more than my own house, it looks like your average kebab shop but if you ask to eat in you’ll get the full works, get the chicken wings or lamb chops defiantly the best I’ve ever had.
Crystal on the Holloway road is ridiculous value for money you’ll get the best stew you’ve ever had, rice, salad and a whole flat bread for £5.50!
As far as I’m concerned if your having a curry its need to be at a bring your own,
Lahore on the Commercial road is my favourite curry house in London what makes it different from your average indian is they cook all the meat on a charcoal bbq and then add it to the sauce which gives the meat a slightly chard flavour thats second to none,
its also very reasonable you’ll be well fed for £12.
Monsoon on the back road of Kentish town this place is hidden away, again fantastic value for money and big flavours.