An unlikely find on a small suburban roundabout, but a real treasure. Chef Michael Levi worked in various Michelin starred restaurants before starting this brasserie serving Mediterranean and Israeli food. The decor is nothing to write home about and the loo is outside, but this place is always heaving because the food is so good and so reasonably priced. Levi’s salads are full of intriguing combinations and always exquisitely dressed. The homemade pita bread is a different food entirely to what you’d normally expect and comes with hummus, pickles and a choice of toppings. The coffee is excellent, the puddings delectable (we recommend the Belgian waffle – share between two, it’s huge) and there’s a kids’ menu too.
Michael's BrasserieDaytime joint for seriously tasty Mediterranean and Israeli food
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Address: 1 Walmington Fold, London N12 7HY
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