Monday 17 November 2014

Foxcroft & Ginger Review | Berwick Street, Soho, London

Foxcroft & Ginger is an artisan cafe, with two locations in London - one in Soho (that I visited last week), the other in Mile End. Foxcroft & Ginger prides itself on its great British food, all made with locally-sourced ingredients - with the cakes and pizzas all made in house.

Myself and Kirsten visited for dinner, and tried the sourdough pizzas, we shared a goats cheese, fig, kale pesto and marinated beetroot with marscapone pizza (drool!) and a Chorizo, feta, smoked chilli, butternut squash capers and tomato sauce pizza (without the chorizo as Kirsten is vegetarian). Boy, oh boy were we full... no word of a lie the butternut squash pizza was one of the best pizzas I've ever had, and i've visited Italy a few times so i've had my fair share! I'd never have thought of putting roasted veg on pizza, but it was fantastic!

The great thing about this cafe, is not only do they serve amazing food, but the service was spot on, the atmosphere relaxed and the location was ideal for a meeting with pals after work.

It was also great value, every pizza is under £10, you can get a glass of wine for under £4, ginger beer for around £2. A great little central London spot for a catch up with friends :)

This cute cafe is great to pop in for a quick coffee and cake with its hand-made baked goods which all looked so good, I will definitely be back to try some more!


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