The food and menu back to this place is what you expect to see: fast, simple, relaxing and incredibly satisfying. Trust me, you can break the entire menu among a large group of people. It is more like a snack scene, very suitable for this type of environment. The menu includes Hirata Buns-soft pillow-shaped buns filled with various fillings, such as a large slice of pork belly (unfortunately not crispy with fat), soft shell crab with tempura (my favorite), katsu eggplant, tender chicken karachi Wait. These bad boys are a great choice to fill this gap. The
snack and side dish options pair well with buns, dumplings and crispy chicken wings (Korean spicy flavor)-not disappointing at all! -Both are super crunchy on the outside and are a delicious snack, especially when you have an extra piece of cold sauce. The
chip has been given a slightly more colorful transformation. Cheesy Korean French fries have a slightly sweet and hot top with a lot of cheese on top, while Japanese fries have a sweet curry paste that is also loaded with a lot of cheese.
Beer and Buns is a great place to hang out in the city. Forget about the world for a while and enjoy hanging out and wandering in one of the coolest places in London. Offering decent food and refreshing Japanese beer at great prices, this place is worth a visit. The idea behind
FoodPunk is to showcase the delicious food that London must offer, whether it’s to go to different restaurants, eat at a food market or search for some hidden gems in the city center. Regardless of how it looks and tastes, I want to scream and get people involved, taste delicious food, and see some hot spots.