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On the grubby paving stones of Stroud Green Road, a carefully chalked menu alerts you to this small, smart, gently offbeat restaurant. It’s just one of the touches that lifts your dining experience
above the ordinary, along with the crumbly, oaty soda bread brought to your table, the perfectly soft butter, & the flakes of salt on the chocolate dessert that make it sing. Owners Neil Gill
& Michael Spurgeon list such names as Alan Yau & respected gastropubs The Eagle & The Duke of Cambridge on their CVs, & their experience shows in dishes that are accomplished yet
unfussy. Polish off octopus carpaccio with saffron oil, chilli & lime, before roast pork belly with spring greens & shiitake mushrooms, washed down with fruity, & pleasantly frugal,
organic Spanish white. Convivial atmosphere & genial, clued-up staff, too.
It’s not the newest kid on the block, but with every trip to this lovely little restaurant we’re lucky enough to call our local, the food gets better and better. It’s a bit unassuming from the outside, so here’s an exterior shot should you feel like a trip to N4 to check out Season for yourselves……because, let’s face it, no one’s going to win any sign lighting awards for that discreet number……and a quick glance around the interior with it’s nonchalant mi-casa-es-su-casa vibes.The menu is printed on tracing paper - nice touch - and the bread might just be better than Zucca’s - a sort of soda/ wheaten hybrid. It’s sticky and treacly and I like that in a carb. I like it a lot...
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Season, as its simple name suggests, tries to use only ingredients that are in season and can be sourced from within the United Kingdom so the small menu changes monthly. This rather compact restaurant is located on a rather unattractive road near Finsbury Park that’s otherwise only notable for its motley selection of Halal butchers and wig shops. Still, the decor is charming enough and the staff are disarmingly friendly and distractingly attractive...
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