Time Out says
A hip dining hall serving American-style comfort food.
London isn’t exactly lacking American-style comfort-eating – but as far as Stax Diner founder Bea Vo is concerned, there’s room for more. Her new spot, Boondocks, is a funky dining hall that replicates the good eatin’ and drinkin’ you’ll find at Stax – sugary cocktails, finger-licking fries and filthy, cheese-dripping burgers included. But the Boondocks menu has been pimped up with the sort of hearty fare that’ll pull in homesick expats and empty-stomached ‘Man v. Food’ aficionados alike.
Biscuits and gravy – two chunks of savoury scone-like bread drenched in a beige gravy – was tastier than it looked, if a teensy bit bland. The erstwhile sloppy joe, on the other hand, was a brilliant, saucy mess of a sandwich. Factor in desserts such as DIY S’mores and a coronary-inducing ‘strawberry funnel cake’ (fried dough topped with strawberries and a tidal wave of whipped cream) and it’s fair to say Boondocks does the kind of indulgent, perfectly imperfect grub that’s made for hangovers, heartbreaks or otherwise. All that, and you’re guaranteed a nap afterwards. SO. MANY. CARBS.
205 City Road
|Transport:||Tube: Old St|
|Price:||Dinner for two with drinks: around £65.|
|Opening hours:||Mon midday-10pm; Tue-Thu midday-11pm; Fri-Sat 9am-midnight; Sun 9am-10pm.|
|Do you own this business?|