One Sixty

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My friends chose this place after searching for a decent restaurant online. None of us are familiar with the area. The professional looking website promised a Michelin star experience. In fact they may have even claimed they had a star. Miso reveals the shocking truth though. On entering the walls are adorned with a a bright yellow and white childish murial on a black background. The first thing I notice on entering the restaurant is a cartoon character with a big speech bubble saying "I love Nando's". Quite funny the artist was allowed to get away with that really. On the door to the ladies toilets is a large sign saying "boys over the age of 7 must use the gents", how many times does that have to happen in order to warrant signage?! 160 prides itself on slow food, we had the feeling that is more a reference to the service rather than the coming process. The series of blunders just goes on:

A full kitchen roll is placed on the table when food arrives instead of serviettes.

Candles are set in black stained beer mugs.

We requested mayonnaise for the chips and we get a little plastic thing which looks as though someone dipped a few chips in it already.

There is little trace of any crab present in the crab burger.

I ordered some spicy sauce and that comes in a Lavazzo espresso cup.

At £6.20 for 2/3 pint of Beavertown peach cobbler it's a bit on the steep side for a beer. The only redeeming point was the basic burger I ordered which tasted OK. Miso disappointed.

One Sixty

291-293 West End Lane
West Hampstead

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