Smack Deli

26 Binney Street , London, W1K 5BN

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SquareMeal Review of Smack Deli

The Burger and Lobster company have dropped the burger bit with their new outfit in Binney Street – Smack Deli only deals in lobster. Expect yours to come in a brioche bun and to be one of four flavours- a Japanesey Seven Samurai, with pickled ginger and cucumber relish; Happy Ending, an Asianish concoction with coriander and fish sauce; a Mexican, slighty overburdened with spicy mayo and gherkin, or a Californian with avocado and lime. It’s fun and inexpensive and being opposite Selfridges, makes a great pitstop. While you’re about it, try some of their lobster chowder or the delicious courgette fritters, and wash it down with wines and craft beers on tap. It’s mostly take-away, but there’s space to eat in as well if you need to rest the pins.

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Smack Deli Location

26 Binney Street , London W1K 5BN

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Opening times

Mon-Sat 11am-10.30pm Sun 12N-10pm

Smack Deli's Reviews

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Food & Drink: 8.0

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Service: 8.0

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Atmosphere: 5.0

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Value: 8.0

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 2

Value: 4

Platinum Reviewer
31 July 2015

Stumbled on this place by mistake, having been in town for meetings and on my way to check out Selfridges. I wanted something easy and quite quick, and seemed to remember having heard about this. It was disconcerting going in the place as it seemed a bit empty and I felt sort of lost (too old to understand it maybe, not their target demographic) - but staff were sufficiently engaging to overcome this and service was quick. A buttery brioche-type roll arrived with lots of lobster and chilli mayo - yum. Eaten up, happy customer, on my way.