Friday 15 June 2012


After what feels like a life time of Jubilee fever and with it an everlasting supply of cucumber sandwiches, prawn cocktail and victoria sponge, we fell with a thud from the British bandwagon and couldn't think of anything more appealing than a big bowl of mac 'n' cheese. 
After our to-die-for, gratifyingly good meal at Spuntino we decided to follow our noses to Covent Garden and try sister hot spot Mishkins. Styled as a vintage New York diner with checkered black and white tiles, formica tabletops and big red booths, our mouths began to water before we'd even looked at the menu. 
We sat in the restaurants teeny private dining room - a reconstructed BBC soundbooth complete with on-air switch that lights up when you need service.
Which may or may not have been used each time we polished off another dish...

The magic switch

Corn dogs with green tomato ketchup

Onion rings

Supersized steamed beef patty with onions & Swiss cheese   


Reuben on rye with pastrami, sauerkraut,
Russian dressing & Swiss cheese

Brick Lane salt beef with Colman’s
mustard & pickles

Macaroni Cheese

Diamond Fizz

Cardigan: H&M, Belt: Levi's, Skirt: Warehouse, Sunglasses: Romwe, Shoes: Topshop
Dress: Juicy Couture, Leggings: Bik Bok, Jacket: Topshop, Bracelet: Folli Follie, Shoes: CJG

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