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175 Mare StreetDalstonLondonE8 3RH
- Public transport:
- London Fields, National Railway
Cute and comfortable, except for the corner spot apparently perfect for three guests (we moved). Friendly staff--all three who worked together to serve our table. Delicious cocktails. The food is good, but really rich and not someplace to go often, unless you want a heart attack. £6 for 5 small chicken wings--but quickly forgiven once you taste them. My friends and I said next time, we...more
If you go you MUST get the Chicken Roll. Perfectly fried chicken in a bun with a nice spicy sauce. The cocktails are pretty decent and potent. The hot dogs were ok, different combos but way over priced compared to the Chicken Roll. I need to try some other bits on their menu. (Visit - 10/01/2015 Dinner)more
Wow! Best. Restaurant. Ever.
Came here for Sunday bunch at 12:00. There were loads of tables at that time and the place looks great! The colour scheme is really cool. It's like something out of a Wes Anderson film :)!
I had the chicken and waffles. D-A-Y-N-M! The flavour of the crust they put on the chicken literally made me die. But then the angelic waitress brought some mac'n'cheese and my...more
There seems to be a number of restaurants popping up in London who serve "American style ____". Being American, I like to roll the dice on these to see if I can't quell a craving from back home.
Rita's serves "American style diner fare", albeit a slightly more upscale take on this concept. Not too many diners have duck on the menu....
We went for brunch on a recent rainy weekend. The setup...more
I love Rita's. Last night the four of us started with blood orange margaritas, sake hi-balls and the usual but always delicious frozen ritas. Their drinks are mixed perfectly. With a balance of booze, sweet, salty and tart that always hits the spot.
After a few drinks we shared some fried cheese, black sauce wings, buffalo wings, tostadas, a few chicken rolls, a patty melt, green chilli mac...more