The Scoffers guide to the best London restaurants in London & Brighton.
Scoffers is a guide to the best London and Brighton restaurants, food & drink offers and foodie events. On Scoffers you'll find honest and independent reviews of restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes in London and Brighton.
Smokestak has made the transition from street food stall to full-blown restaurant, and chef/owner David Carter has done it in style.
Street Feast has been transforming derelict and disused spaces into unique eating and drinking environments, since launching in 2012.
Street Food £30
A hit in Borough Market, Lobos opens its second location in the heart of Soho
Three Salt Yard Group restaurants down. Two to go.
Crocodile, Python, Kangaroo, Alpaca and Mealworms - an average night at Archipelago
A fine dining pop-up bringing high end dishes to the masses
Do you want gravy with that?
Once home to a real life Reverend - now an innovative cocktail bar
Clapham's very own late night Opium den inspired restaurant, cocktail bar and nightclub
Second outlet opens but are they leading the way or just along for the ride?
A street food restaurant run by a fictional 80s Malaysian rock star. Only in London.
Inauthentic, uninspired Japanese Teppanyaki restaurant in need of a rethink... or at least a refurb
Traditional and modern Middle Eastern cuisine in one of the most opulent settings around
Middle Eastern £50
Underwhelmed, disappointed (insert other negative comment here)
Taking pizza to a new level with their exciting flavour combinations
Exciting dishes, which deliver big on flavour. The setting's not bad either.
Authentic Sri Lankan food in a rainforest, overlooking a waterfall (sort of).
Sri Lankan £10
Spuntino + Better Food = Smoking Goat, a Thai BBQ dive bar in Soho
Thai BBQ £25
Japanese fine dining at it's best
Rubbish BBQ weather again? That doesn't matter at Kintan!
Japanese BBQ £45
Why would I want to have marinated olives, beef rendang and a cheese board?
The original Salt Yard Group restaurant has been stripped of it's crown by it's own sisters
The best cafe for miles, full of deliciously authentic French goodies
Upmarket setup on the edge of Chinatown promises more than it delivers