We stumbled upon a little gem in the town. The Wet Fish Cafe…
What I wore: Missguided Jacket / Keepsake Black Top / Whistles White Clutch / Chloe Boots / Prada Sunglasses / Supertrash Jeans / Nixon Ladies Kensington Watch
It is such a great feeling to be able to walk out of your door, in the daylight and the sunshine, and walk to a nearby restaurant for an early dinner. Especially in London. Although we absolutely love our little flat in North West London, we did hope there would be one or two more spots to eat and drink in the evenings. When in fact, little cocktail bars or even a rustic yet modern, quaint pizza place is nowhere to be seen. For that reason, we have ventured further west into West Hampstead and Hampstead a few times, to try out the local cuisine and soak up the yummy mummy, quiet side of London atmosphere. We absolutely love it in Hampstead, and we will move much closer to its centre as soon as we are able to. But for now, a little walk there will suffice.
We just happened to be sauntering along on a sunny evening when we came across the Wet Fish Cafe. Characterful and charming inside, this has a small menu with a few enticing meals to choose from. It cuts out the confusion as to what you should eat, and as long as there is a variety on the menu, I’m sold. But the fact they also offer an early diner menu every evening, with two courses for £16 from 6-8, we were pretty smitten. We nibbled on Olives and sipped on fresh orange and soda, before a homemade Cauliflower soup and a lemon and thyme salmon pasta. It’s somewhere I would highly recommend, for anyone looking for somewhere for a quick bite one evening, as a change from their dinner table at home. We will definitely be returning!
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