|Whitecross St Market|
1. A bacon and tomato sarnie on wholemeal toast, with Grilled tomatoes - Cafe Buzz - Finchley
2. A chorizo, mushroom and pepper roll at Whitecross Street food hut.
3. Pie and Mash from the pie and mash stall in Borough Market
4. A pork pie from Boucherie Gerard in Mill Hill, lovingly scoffed on the park bench in the Mill Field
5. A falafel Sandwich at Sunny Hill Cafe in Sunny Hill park in Hendon
6. A charceturie board on a Sunny day by the Thames at The Founders Arms
7. A porters breakfast at the Fox and Anchor in Smithfield ( a bit more than a snack really!)
8. An almond croissant from Cravin's coffee hut on Mill Hill Broadway station
9. A hog roast from Borough market washed down with a pint at The Rake
10. A tea and a slice of lemon drizzle cake at Finchley nurseries after a nice walk over Totteridge valley
Now all of these are based on just how much I enjoy them. Perhaps one thing which has sadly departed from the list is the half time pie and a pint at most London football grounds. This has become an arm and a leg job, so I really can't afford it and I resent the sheer rip off experience. It's fair to say that I could have made the whole list from both Whitecross St and Borough markets, as these are worth a good few trips for snacking. Some are great snacks, enhanced by the location in which they are sampled, such as a pork pie at the Mill Field and the Charceturie at The Founders Arms. I had to include the Porters Breakfast, because this is perhaps the greatest guilty pleasure of all.
There are dozens of pubs that it is great just to have a quiet pint, eat a bag of cheese and onion crisps and read the Evening Standard