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Dirty Bones Kensington proved so popular that this second quality dude-food destination promptly followed. Situated on the top floor of Kingly Court, the 65-cover purveyor of American-cool benefits from being slightly removed from the ground-floor throng. Tables are made from pinball machines, granny lampshades dangle over tan-leather booths, and classic US pop informs the soundtrack. The menu’s cholesterol-rich choice follows suit, so prepare thy stomach for The Mac Daddy Burger: six ounces of beef topped with pulled beef short-rib and oozing, bright-yellow mac 'n' cheese. Our superbly crunchy and plump fried chicken was slightly let down by bourbon and marshmallow barbecue sauce (which didn’t taste of marshmallow), while the sweet waffles were dry – although a shot of maple syrup helped. The hot dogs are famously delicious, and weekend brunch introduces such delights as the Benedict Burger with poached egg, black treacle bacon and hollandaise. Prices are reasonable and cocktails are fun: there’s even butter-washed bourbon, for goodness sake.
Being British most of my knowledge of Thanksgiving has been derived from US sitcoms and it mostly involves everything going wrong but everyone coming together anyway and realising that it might not be perfect but that the important thing is being with family and friends (old and new) and being grateful for what they have. It also involves a lot of turkey and all sorts of weird pies that involve marshmallows and other foods like yams that I don’t actually really understand.
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I was at a slight loss as to where to go for lunch on a day off. So, who else better to consult than fellow Boozybunchers. A quick group chat on Whatsapp and I was sent off to Kingly Court in Soho.Kingly Court is a 2 storeyed gastronomic destination located at the southern end of Carnaby Street. There is an interesting variety of eateries offering everything from Japanese to Peruvian food via Neapolitan pizza.I felt in the mood for fried chicken and the climb to Dirty Bones on the second floor convinced me that I’d worked hard enough to justify the calories.
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