Arancini, deep-fried Sicilian rice balls, underpin most meals at this chilled neighbourhood hangout. They’re served in wraps, with stew, with salad, or all on their own. The filling, meaty wraps are our usual go-to at lunchtime, but on Sunday mornings, the egg-based breakfast wraps are endorsed as a hangover cure by the Royal Society of Drunkards.
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Do old-school pubs still exist? They definitely do at The Pineapple, a Kentish Town drinking den with a lovely conservatory.
Cinnamon Village is a cafe in Kentish town with a banging chicken and bacon sandwich, and Turkish menemen eggs.
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The Metro Mercato Metropolitano food market is worth a visit when you want something a bit more chilled out than the usual street food scene.
Luigi's is an excellent Italian deli in Chelsea, selling ham, cheese, wine, sandwiches, and a huge range of pastas and salads sold by the kilo.
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