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My first meal at Season started strangely with an odd starter of strawberry nachos with guacamole.
Despite my fears of an Old Dairy-style abomination, the deep fried nachos were surprisingly inoffensive and proved to be a good way of shovelling the creamy guacamole and the sweet, flavoursome and surprisingly complimentary mixture of fresh tomatoes and strawberries into my mouth.
This turned out to be a surprisingly good starter, although the nachos are just there to grab your attention – the strawberry-tomato mixture and the guacamole work just as well with the soda bread.
The creamy, bitter and slightly sweet spread almost resembled chocolate and proved to be both very addictive and a surprisingly complimentary accompaniment to the chunks of fish.
The food at Season is far from perfect – seafood and desserts in particular are not the kitchen’s strong points, while vegetables and meat appear to be its forte.
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good food, fine wine, great atmosphere, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very ,very ,very good Always love the food and enjoy the atmosphere here ❤️ Great choice of wine and food - staff always so friendly Bookings needed on weekend as it is very sought after - we will be back again !
This place melds great food with wonderful service, and it comes together to result in a fantastic experience.
However some of the food was over-seasoned (too salty) - the 'crinkle cut chips' were neither crinkle cut nor chips but deep fried potato chunks and very salty...there was even salt sprinkled ontop of the rosemary chocolate pot dessert - after the previous salt onslaught the chocolate pot was not sweet enough or chocolaty enough to warrant this.
The food was first class, Baby squid was very tasty, the lamb was excellent, beautifully cooked and presented, we had the house wine which was very nice, we would definitely recommend Seasons Kitchen and hope to visit again in the near future.
The set menu was expensive at £50 per head on that night, but the atmosphere, service and quality of food was high for us, so didn't mind this given the day that it was on.
The best restaurants in Finsbury Park | London Evening Standard
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ES Food Newsletter Carved up by the chaotic Seven Sisters Road and straddling several major tube lines, Finsbury Park has a rich history for welcoming newcomers to the capital.
The best restaurants in Shoreditch South of the station, Blackstock Road – known to some as ‘Little Algiers’ – has seen a new wave of trendy diners complement the existing north African establishments while, among Finsbury Park's quieter streets, cute cafes offer the perfect pick-me up en route to its abundant green spaces (shoutout to the stunning Woodberry Wetlands and the Parkland Walk).
Gilly’s Fry Bar A savvy rethink of the traditional fish and chip shop, Neil Gill’s eponymous fry bar puts a lighter spin on the British staple, using a fine tempura batter on an exquisite menu of classics from Gill's native Sunderland.
gillysfrybar.com Finks Salt Sweet Hidden away from Finsbury Park’s main thoroughfares, Finks is a local favourite with its sunny space in a former butcher packed at weekends with punters on their way to nearby Clissold Park.
96 Stroud Green Rd, N4 3EN Max’s Sandwich Shop It might be a little wander north of Finsbury Park but the doorstep club sandwiches on offer at Max Halley's award-winning Crouch Hill spot make it a must-visit for gluten lovers.
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And even better in Stroud Green Road, more known for ultra-cheap eats and African veg stores.
A winter vegetable terrine had loads of fresh green flavour; in a platter of own-cured meats the duck was superb.