Billing itself as a ‘Jewish deli with cocktails’, Mishkin’s is another feather in the cap for serial restaurateur Russell Norman (of Polpo and Spuntino fame). Net curtains, red booths, Formica-topped tables and exposed brickwork conjure a cosy-but-cool NYC vibe, backed by a non-kosher menu of ‘stodgy but very satisfying’ small plates, sandwiches and sliders. Favourites include the signature Reuben on rye, classic mac ‘n’ cheese and beef corn dogs with green ketchup, though daily plates such as meatballs or generous turkey schnitzel are also worth a go. Classic cocktails and malted milkshakes are our pick from the interesting drinks list, while puddings such as baked cheesecake and boozy bananas Foster pile on the calorific comfort. ‘Really friendly’ staff keep things speedy and ensure a fast turnaround, although you can book to reserve a table.
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