This place is on Timeout’s 50 Best Restaurant in London and so that persuaded me enough to come try it out


First thing you notice is how small the place it but yet packed full with people.. A lively and enjoyable atmosphere with the engine of the place at the back.. Where I sit, right in front of the kitchen


10 Greek Street’s menu changes daily and so that add excitement and surprise whenever you come dine here and that you get the best ingredient of the season

While we wait to order, a bowl of mix breads is served..

For the food between us 2, we got a starter of cured pollock, fennel, caperberries and puntarelle (£8)

The cure was very salty and therefore overpowers every element of the dish.. Rather disappointed

For mains we got the Gloucester Old Spot pork chop, parsnips, brussels tops and apple chutney (£19)

And grilled seabass on bed of spinach, raisins, pine nuts and beetroot (£17)..

Both mains were spotless.. The pork is juicy, tender and sweet. The charred marks on top add that hint of smokiness while the base of sauce on top was killer good.. The parsnips was sweet and the brussels were nice and crunchy.. Delicious dish..

The seabass was also perfectly cooked. Crispy skin, flaky and fresh.. The spinach, beetroot and raisins compliments the fish well while the pine nuts add a crunchy and nutty texture to the dish.

Even thou the starter was a let down, the mains made it all worth while. The flavour was there and the food was cooked perfectly. Only downside is that sitting in front of the kitchen makes you smell like food after you left. But still you should come try, as the portion is as big as the price.

Tip: come early as the restaurant is first come, first serve.

Price: ££ (£19 per head including drinks)
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