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    17 Delicious Dishes Every Londoner Should Try

    Can you make it through this post without drooling?

    1. Brunch at Mr Buckley's.

    Loads of options for veggies, and a Bloody Mary served with a spicy bacon kick.

    Price: From £6.50

    Make a booking here.

    2. Dead Hippie at MeatLiquor.

    3. Duck and Waffle at Duck and Waffle.

    Duck egg and confit duck leg served on top of a waffle, with mustard maple syrup. So luscious that it can split between two.

    Price: £17

    Make a reservation here.

    4. Pulled Pork and Bone Marrow Mash from Pitt Cue Co.

    5. A crodough from Rinkoff's Bakery.

    Keep your cronut, New York.

    Price: £2.50

    You can buy them here.

    6. Udon at Koya.

    7. Fish and Chips from Poppies.

    With branches in Camden and Spitafields, "Poppies" is an old-school, pickled-eggs-in-a-jar chip shop. I like the Haddock best.

    Price: From £11.90 eating in, £8.50 take-away for a fish supper.

    Make a booking here.

    8. Seabass at Mien Tay.

    9. Xiao Long Bao at Leong's Legend.

    Soupy little parcels of joy.

    Price: From £6.

    Make a booking here.

    10. Mushroom Ravioli at Obika.

    11. A Reuben special from Monty's Deli.

    DOUBLE MEAT.

    Price: Approx £10.

    No bookings. And they sell out early.

    12. Meatfruit at Dinner by Heston.

    13. Curly Whirly cake from Konditor and Cook.

    One slice is so perfect. Two is even more perfect.

    Price: £24 for a whole cake.

    Order online here or collect in store.

    14. A roti from the former Blue Van.

    15. Custard doughnut from St John.

    Soooooooo gooooooooooooood. But be quick, they sell out.The jam ones are good too though.

    Price: Approx £3.

    Visit here for the baking schedule.

    16. Aubergine Schnitzel at the Gate.

    Ommggggggggggggggg.

    Price: It is currently being served as part of their Christmas menu, which is £25 for three courses.

    Make a booking here.

    17. A scotch egg from The Ship.

    What is your favourite London dish? Let us know in the comments.