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Perfect wrap. I went for the 'Alistair' ... bloody lovely. 7 quid and worth every penny. Huge portion of food. Friendly service. Nice perching bar if you want to eat in. Would highly recommend to anyone in the area. Next time I'm in London .....More
Everybody who work for my company base there lunchtime call out to be close to here.
As soon as you see the que along the front of the shop front and hear the banging summer beats from inside you know your in for a teat....More
This is a quick stop 'fast food' place but it is great and the name gives it away - the wraps are huge! Delicious, made with care, a smile and loads of fillings. you will not be disappointed! The choice of fillings is incredible and...More
The guy that makes the tortilla wraps gets pretty sweaty and on one occasion I saw multiple beads of sweat drip into the dough as he was making them. I chose never to return after hearing that multiple colleagues have seen the same thing.
Had a fantastic last minute chicken wrap before seeing Strictly Ballroom.
Was so nice to sit down in a relaxed eatery, where the food was so tasty and the owner was super nice too: This is very rare for central London these days.
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