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I booked a table for 11am because I'd heard of Honey & Co's immense popularity, but on a cold Monday the small room was only half full. Our waitress gave us the pick of the tables, but when we sat down she told us we could have the table until 12.30pm because it was booked for lunch. I was a little taken aback at the 90 minute slot, mainly because we had made a booking (and even the most regimented of spots let you have it for two hours), but also, come on it's just a cafe! Eating against the clock isn't something I enjoy.The short menu had a number of dishes that weren't familiar to me, but most of what...
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Honey and Co. is a restaurant near Great Portland Street which specialises in food from the Middle East. Husband and wife team, who are both based in the kitchen, run the place and as it’s proving to be rather popular, I was looking forward to our Saturday lunch.As we walked down a quiet, sleepy street we nearly walked past the place...
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You’d walk past it if you didn’t know. And you wouldn’t know unless you’d read Marina O’Loughlin’s lovely review of this (or at least I wouldn’t). And given her review, I really had to try it.It’s run by a couple of ex-Ottolenghi employees and you can see certain similarities. There’s an attention to detail that’s unusual and a skill with presentation that marks this above the ordinary. I’d say it was Middle-Eastern food, but with a twist.And the twist is that this is actually Israeli food. And therein lies the difference. Israeli food is partly Middle Eastern, to a point, but it’s also Eastern...
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last month I jumped at the chance to gate-crash my friends’ double date and join them at the now impossible to book Honey & Co.The restaurant is tiny. A coffee shop counter dominates the back wall, overlooking a handful of tables and shelves of preserves, seasonings and relishes. It looks like someone who loves cooking thought it might be nice to shove a few tables out front, jar up a few sauces and see what happens. The result is an utter success...
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Honey and Co is a pure and simple middle-eastern diner run by Itamar Srulovich and his honey (wife) Sarit Packer. The modest Israeli cafe can be found at 25 Warren Street in London. The interior is tiny but functional with minimal decoration. Conveniently close to my office I popped down early one lunch time with a colleague to sample some Middle Eastern cuisine.We went for the lunch time set menu at £15.50 per person which is a pretty sweet deal. The mezze to start included pitta breads, bouikos, homemade pickles & kalamata, olives, creamy hummus, muhamra & walnuts as well as mini corn on the cobs...
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Itamar Srulovich and his wife Sarit Packer rule the roost at this tiny 30 cover Canaan. He’s ex- Ottolenghi – an almost guarantee of success – and the Ottolenghi influence is strongly evident in the cuisine. Décor is kept to a minimum, with stark white walls and patterned blue tiled floor forcing your eye greedily towards the focal countertop display of spiced and perfumed cakes. Despite the minimalism, there is no lack of atmosphere. Most people are so pleased to have acquired their 1.5 hour table slot that they exude an aura of excitement...
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Honey and Co is one of my favourite middle eastern restaurants in London. Tucked away along a side street by Warren Street Station, it’s a small family run restaurant with only a few seatings, maybe 24 or so, but always busy. And for good reason. Everytime I’ve been, the food as been delicious, seasonal and a true taste of the middle east. My most recent visit was during the weekday lunch rush so I had the option of selecting their lunchtime express menu; a selection of mezze to share followed by a main for £15.50. With a-la carte mains costing around £14 anyway, the lunchtime deal offered great value especially as...
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