89 Regents Park Road, London, NW1 8UY - View on a map
Telephone: 020 7586 7454

Overall 9.3
Food 9.0
Service 9.0
Atmosphere 9.0
Value 10.0
Based on 1 reviews

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Cheese and Biscuits

Cheese and Biscuits - 4/10

Tuesday, June 28, 2011 - The taramasalata, fluffy and bright and actually tasting of nice fresh cod's roe instead of the weird pink goo you find in Tescos was fantastic...As for the main course, a mixed grill, I have rarely seen a more carelessly presented and unexciting looking plate of food. There was a single tiny lamb chop, cooked through to chewy grey, a couple of kebabs of bland lamb chunks and (admittedly surprisingly moist) cubed chicken, and finally a single miniscule blackened sausage rolling around at the side, looking like a burn victim's dismembered digit. Most of it was boring if just about edible, but the sausage was mealy and dry and packed with far too many herbs and vegetables, giving it a horrible sweaty feel in the mouth.

Gourmet Chick

Gourmet Chick - 7/10

Monday, May 24, 2010 - Tiny terracotta bowls fill the table so there is almost no room for the wine and water. There is fish roe blended into a pale pink paste called tarama, creamy yoghurt and cucumber based zatziki, chunky chickpea heavy hommus and tahini, a smooth sesame paste. Alongside all of this there is hot mezze of halloumi that verges on being rubbery teamed with tiny spicy sausages and crisp deep fried squid...It's not polished food but the atmosphere is buzzing and Lemonia is perfect for a meal with a group of friends.

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