In the coming weeks, we'll be asking our writers to use the Nike+ FuelBand SE as they go out and about. From DJing to shopping to simply commuting, we want to find out what gets Londoners earning NikeFuel. We want you to be part of the NikeFuel challenge, starting with our Silent Disco in Covent Garden this Friday at 6.30pm. We're launching the ultimate good-time playlist, Time Out London's Top 100 Party Songs, lovingly compiled by our music writers, who'll be spinning the tunes.
We're looking for 50 volunteers to try the Nike+ FuelBand SE on the night. Yes, by home time we'll all know which boogie classic gives you the best workout. The event is sold out, but 50 lucky winners will receive a ticket and a Nike+ FuelBand SE in this draw. It closes at noon on Wednesday, so don't delay.
For your chance to win, just fill in your details below.
Terms and conditions apply. By entering this competition you agree to receive relevant communications from Time Out including news, events, offers and competitions. This competition will close at 12pm on Wednesday November 6 2013.
Squished between Soho’s all-day buffets and grubby, perennially packed pubs is Butifarra, a casual all-day café specialising in the eponymous South American snack. In truth, they specialise in just a few things; the brief menu only includes food that they make very well indeed. A ‘butifarra’ is a Peruvian ham sandwich. They’re traditionally made with slices of spiced ‘jamón del país’ and a sort of red onion relish called ‘salsa criolla’. Here, you’ll choose from hot options beef short rib and roast pork or from a few cold-cut combinations, each of which is topped with a generous spread of sweet potato mayonnaise, fresh lettuce and that sharp, crisp red onion. Soft bread, quality fillings, a gentle crunch; everything you want in a filled roll. It even comes with crisps. They do corn bread just as well; a chicken and chorizo arepa from the all-day brunch menu is essentially a delicious, squidgy club sarnie. Weirdly, though, given the name, it’s Butifarra’s ceviche you should visit for. Perfectly fresh, not too sharp and very affordable at £6 a portion, it’s an unpretentious taste of Peru that the owners are clearly very proud of. It’s a shame they’re not as bothered about pudding, but do pick up a crumbly little ‘alfajor’ biscuit, if only for the dulce de leche filling. There’s no booze on the menu but for £5 corkage you can bring a bottle of wine, making it a bargain dinner spot, especially in spenny Soho. Whatever time of day you visit you’ll be well fed and warmly greeted
Venue says: “Vote for us as Best Cheap Eat in Food Monthly Awards and receive 20 percent off your meal! Contact the restaurant for details.”