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June: Staff Picks




Every month, we share our Appetite HQ staff picks, including new eateries, old favourites and hidden gems. Our team are always eating out and we don't believe in gatekeeping, so here are some of our best recommendations..



a picture of wine on a shelf at little fduck the picklery

1. Little Duck the Picklery

"Small intimate dining and seating in front of an open kitchen. It's like sitting in someone's English pantry kitchen! The food reflects the space too - understated, fresh, and classic." - Lauren




tables and chairs in the restaurant at anacapri, marylebone

2. Anacapri

"Really love Anacapri in Marylebone. Great Italian food that doesn’t break the bank! What makes it is the atmosphere. The staff are unmistakably Italian, make you feel extremely welcome and it’s always busy with locals." - Tyler





a very lovely building containing caza cruz restaurant

3. Caza Cruz

"A charming, romantic hidden gem in the heart of Notting Hill, behind a chrome door sits a beautifully decorated restaurant, serving mostly Argentinian food. The drinks are just as good as the food, so go-before dinner and sit on there roof terrace, with a blanket over your laps.. and enjoy!" - James




inside the dining room at cafe cecilia

4. Cafe Cecilia

"A casual, modern bistro sitting between Columbia Road and London Fields. Chef, Max Rocha, has worked at the River Cafe and St. John, so expect the best of both worlds: fresh, seasonal produce combined with a touch of nose-to-tail flair. Sage fritti and Onglet Steak Frites are a must order." - Max




the outside of the building contaning kiln restaurant


5. Kiln

"hidden down a little street in Soho, this is the perfect spot for Thai fusion in London. The seafood and cocktails are amazing and the service is always 10/10." - Shabbir






food on a bar in the pub, southampton arms


6. Southampton Arms

"The perfect balance of romantic and rustic. Independent breweries on tap, live music from local piano players and a "bar snack" menu that should leave St John quaking in their boots. Get down early and grab a pew."



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