Monday, 2 September 2013

Yum Yum London's Best Popcorn Prawn

Happy Monday.... 

I hope you all had a great weekend and enjoyed the great weather.  Looks like we have another week of high temperatures coming along for us to enjoy. 

As always on a Sunday night I am always surfing the net (although not in bed, I hasten to add) to see what I can blog on and I always find little nuggets to pass over to you. 

Some of you know that Lady Gaga always loves her foods and her time in London put a little Marylebone chippie Sea Shell on the map last week.  Now everyone wants Popcorn Prawns.  Made well and with fresh fish, they are addictive. Here are five places to find popcorn prawn in London

Go on, be daring and try them.  

We hope you enjoy. 


Miss Jones xx

Little pieces of shrimp nestle in a light, crispy batter, drizzled with yuzu and chilli mayo to perk you up. Squeeze some lime juice on top for the full effect.
£8, 89 Turnmill Street, EC1;

Baby shrimps delivered daily are chopped up, rolled in flour, fried in vegetable or peanut oil and served hot with chilli lime salsa.
£4.95, 34 King Street, WC2;

Sea Shell
This was Lady Gaga’s choice from the takeaway menu: Greenland prawns coated in melt-in-the-mouth batter.
£5, 49-51 Lisson Grove, NW1;

The Summerhouse
After rolling them in semolina, rice flour and Panko breadcrumbs and seasoning them with cayenne pepper, head chef Moe Shahin deep-fries tiger prawns before serving them with chilli sauce and a lemon wedge.
£9, 60 Blomfield Road, W9;

The prawn fritters on the appetisers menu here are Pakora-style bits of chopped prawn served with green chilli and lime.
£8.50, King’s Cross Filling Station, Goods Way, N1;

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