Thursday, 19 May 2011

Artful eating at the New Gallery...

It’s not exactly new these days, having been rocking the Peckham Road look for just under a year now, but a gallery it certainly is. A top notch one at that: free art events and exhibitions in a superbly Soviet space, with hands down the best gallery bookshop I’ve seen in some time. But I’m not here to talk about the art, oh no, I’m here to fill you in on the food. As a rule of thumb, if you’re paying more than a fiver for a full English, you’re in a gastro pub/Clapham and, therefore, a mug/wanker. The New Gallery’s comes in at exactly five shiny ones and includes a homemade hash brown, garlic mushrooms, rocket and meat that tastes like meat. The Sunday roast is ridiculously good, and discounted when you buy two, which is a nice touch; who eats a Sunday roast in solitary? Take in the art while you wait or once you’ve gorged; it’s good digestin’, all round...

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