A Little Of What You Fancy, Dalston

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LONDON | A Little Of What You Fancy is pushing back against the gentrified trend of having intricate dishes in trendy modern spaces by serving some traditional British food in their shabby chic café. Yes it’s very of the moment, and more than a a bit hipster-chic, even if we’re loathe to use the term, but do you know what? We don’t care when the team consistently deliver the goods, without a bit of pretension or attitude.

The home-style cooking here gives you all the classics without the fuss while the ever-changing additions to the menu will keep you coming back for something new. The pan fried cod with new potatoes and salsa verde is fantastic, as is the Asian-style pork belly, which is served with a ginger and sesame slaw that cuts through the richness of the pork fat beautifully. The tasty brunch gives another reason to visit here more than once. The brioche French toast with raspberries, Greek yoghurt, and maple syrup, is exactly the kind of simple food done right that A Little Of What You Fancy. Wash it all down with a ‘Fancy’ Bloody Mary, and you’ll be set to take on the challenges of the day ahead.

The crowd here isn’t dressed to impress but to simply enjoy a good meal with mates or on their own. It simple. It’s honest. It’s delicious. It’s, well… a little of what you fancy.

A Little Of What You Fancy

464 Kingsland Road
London E8 4AE
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 7275 0060
Email: [email protected]
Website

Open
Tue – Fri: 6:30pm to 10:00pm
Sat: 10:00am to 10:30pm
Sat: 11:00am to 5:00pm

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Andrew
Andrew
Andy is originally from Melbourne but has been living in London for the past 2.5 years. He’s obsessed with travel, eating out, and indulging in a few cheeky cocktails around Hackney and Dalston before realising he’s spent all his wages within the first week of the month. Having written for magazines such as The Resident, Absolutely London, 1883 and Men’s Health, Andy has now turned to focus on The City Lane’s Food, Drink and Culture sections. Expect to read about the best new and established restaurants and cultural haunts around London, with a focus on the East.

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