Found on Cannon Hill in the Southgate area of London, Mr Hungry is a delightful little restaurant that serves a wealth of Persian delights outside of the bustling city centre. The stylish venue combines the rustic with the contemporary, with pristine cream walls, earthy grey floor tiles and oak wood furniture working together in the creation of a fantastic backdrop from which to eat out with friends and family.
Mr Hungry is one of the more casual London restaurants and it offers up a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere. This is in no small part down to the friendly service staff at the venue, who are always on hand to make everyone as comfortable as possible and who work hard with the enthusiastic team of chefs to provide a dining experience that is sure to be enjoyable from start to finish.
Many of the traditional Middle Eastern delicacies can be found at Mr Hungry, where a range of fish, kebab, burger and vegetarian options can be found alongside the likes of a lamb kleftiko and a pork souvlaki. Pizza lovers are sure to be satisfied too, as there is an array of delectable plates in a selection that has been known to include everything from a traditional margherita to a smoked salmon and fresh dill topped number.
Dining out in London is certainly made all the more affordable thanks to Mr Hungry and tastecard, the diners’ club entitling their members to some superb restaurant discounts when they call in advance and produce their card upon arrival. Such marvellous London restaurant deals allow them the perfect excuse to sample that little bit extra, such as a further beverage and an additional course, which only gives them the ideal opportunity to make the most of any visit.
Being a tastecard restaurant partner means that great savings can be made by all at Mr Hungry. Whatever the weather, Mr Hungry is well worth a visit.
Please Note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the tastecard restaurant discounts. The tastecard restaurant discounts are not available on celebration days including, but not limited to: Valentine's Day, Mothering Sunday, Father's Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.