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Chefs Dan and Andy (Dandy) recently left their London Fields home and opened a new hotspot to bring all-day brunch and dinner to Stoke Newington. This seemingly old office space has now been converted into a sleek, modern restaurant with an open terrace outside. , as hip-hop music continues, these folks are effortlessly creating food. Is this what diners want?
Dandy serves up classic brunches daily, such as buttered scrambled eggs, soft muffins and freshly baked pastries, as well as tempting dishes influenced by other parts of the world.
We sat down for brunch at noon in the afternoon and selected three dishes from the menu. I almost ordered the specials, and the waitress used her impressive sales skills to try and convince me that I was very good. As time went by, these people had to quickly produce goods elsewhere during the day later in the day. The size of
lahmacun is a piece of shredded lamb shoulder, on a warm and fluffy bread with big incense and minced meat, which absorbs all the delicious juices of the slowly cooked meat. Drizzle with fried eggs and healthy refreshing drizzle. Yogurt, this dish is very popular among employees and locals. The
Coco dhal has a good taste and can be lit on all cylinders. Surprisingly, it is not overwhelming. Served with sweet and sticky spicy date sauce, it may be a bit too much. This is a hearty dish that will surely cure any poor man’s hangover, and it can be said that Dandy uses luxuriously wrapped fresh crunchy peas. . Sprinkle garlic and mint vigorously on the thick toasted sourdough.
Whether you want to take a coffee break, eat a hearty meal to prepare for the day, or even relax at dinner, Dandy can meet your needs. This place is simple and sweet, with a hit formula suitable for the locals in Stokey, but even better is that the slice is definitely worth it. 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.

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