Friday, 8 April 2016

Aymie In The Big City: London Adventure 2016 (Inhabition Cafe & Restaurant)

I'm terrible at making menial decisions. There, I said it, we can get over it now. Yes, I'm opinionated and argumentative but if you ask me where I want to eat I'll go completely blank. That's actually why post two of my London Adventure series is about this cafe and not some other random place.

This place had elephants on the sign, I was hungry and I'd been wandering around London for quite some time... I settled. When Leanne asked me where we should go and I saw this across the road it was a no brainer to be honest. Minimal decision making, actually, it was kind of lazy.

The place was typically British, quaint and it had a charm to it. I will say though, I'm fairly sure that the owner was Greek. Either way we were quite happy with our decision and it didn't take us long to find something to eat. I ordered a lemon and ginger tea because I had quite the sore throat, it was hot and soothing and that was what I fancied. The owner was talkative and personable, it definitely added to the appeal of the place.

It was no gourmet restaurant, I'm not going to say OMG GET TO THIS PLACE IMMEDIATELY but I will say that if you're looking for somewhere that requires minimal fuss and sells decent food then swing by whilst you're exploring Camden like we did. 

It's not a bad place to chill out and eat, it really isn't. I quite like the look of the place to be honest, it's cute and quirky. I particularly like the light fittings, I just think they look jumbled in the decor mix. 

I feel like round about now would be a good time to stop talking about the visuals and start talking about food. I am quite a foodie for a person who has picky taste, I think what I'm trying to say is that I'm a lover of food. Though, I'm super sick of fast food because I seem to east way too much of the stuff these days. I need to get back to my health kick!

As I said before, the food was nowhere near gourmet but it was simple, filling and tasty and that's all you really need. The portion size was good and since I opted out of the side salad for the chicken burger I got extra cheese so I was a very happy bunny. 

The battered chicken wasn't overcooked, the bun was fresh and the chips were light and fluffy. All in all, it wasn't a waste of money and I actually enjoyed it. I will say though, London food prices are ridiculous, I could probably get double the food for half the price in the North East.

Well, that's what I thought about the Inhabition Cafe & Restaurant. Has anyone reading this post ever stopped by? I'd love to hear about what you think. 


  1. I haven't stopped by there as every time I'm in London I get lost somewhere different haha It's such a gorgeous city x

    1. I can understand that, whilst it's beautiful it can also be confusing! X

  2. Ha, I'd be wooed by the elephants on the sign as well! Glad you enjoyed it.

    1. It seems it's not just me then, haha! Thanks for reading! Xx