We returned to Shake Shack, this time the branch nearby Piccadilly Circus because we had a real and visceral craving for one of their fabulous custardy thick milkshakes. Advertisements
Alton’s answer to gothic style architecture, the ivy house was a behemoth of a Spoons, imposing and large.
We visited the Bank of England museum where we saw the new £10 featuring Jane Austen. We fancied a pint in the city and discovered that there was a Wetherspoons a short bus journey away, that we had hitherto not visited.
The moment we discovered that Wetherspoons were serving pizza our raison d’être was decided. This dream begun on our fateful visit to Old Street’s Masque Haunt and after a trip to the cinema we had a dinner date in Spoons.
We decided to try Shake Shack after hearing numerous comparisons with Five Guys. We visited the Covent Garden branch circa 11:30 in the morning. We ordered bacon cheese burgers, that we regretted not making double and a caramel and a vanilla milkshake both with cream, plus two portions of normal fries as oppose to cheese… Read More Review – Shake Shack
Named for the lavish dramas popular in Tudor times, this Old Street Spoons looks tiny but goes very far back.
En route to a Spoons we visited this hotel for a pint. We have often admired the bizarre architecture of the building but never ventured inside.