London 30 most iconic dishes by Wilkes McDermid – Guest post


I have spent the last week catching up with my best friend, tanning, bumping into scary barracudas, snorkeling, drinking cocktails with impossible names – and yes getting slightly tipsy every now and then – and watching spectacular sunsets over the Caribbean sea. So I guess you can forgive me if I am running a little late with my 30 most iconic dish blog-takeover schedule :) !

Next up, after top instagramer Clerkenwell_Boy, is the most knowledgeable London’s streetfood reporter, drink-o-phile, and talented photographer Wilkes McDermid.


by Wilkes McDermid

The most ‘iconic’ dishes is somewhat open to interpretation! For me the most iconic is probably a (non-scientific) combination of the most well known, the most popular, the most ‘infamous’, the most photographed and the most talked about on social media.
My list is spans restaurants of all levels, diners, and streetfood vendors (s) all of which make London a fantastic place to eat out.

4 thoughts on “London 30 most iconic dishes by Wilkes McDermid – Guest post”

  1. Jensenbull says:

    My list would be very different but would includennDuck Egg Tart at MedlarnCrab Raviolo at MedlarnUnderblade Fillet & Snails at MedlarnVenison Biryani or Goat Keema at GymkhananHariyali Bream – TrishnanButtermilk Fried Chicken at Clove ClubnCrips Fried Hen’s Egg at Kitchen W8nPork & Foie Gras Burger at Opera TavernnSmoked Eel & Horseradish Sandwich – Quo Vadis

  2. Bad Brownie says:

    Think you’re missing some sweet treats in your fantastic list! Our double texted salted caramel brownie sandwich needs to be tried! n

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