Sauce loves…Mac and Cheese
Be it mac’n’cheese, macaroni pie or macaroni cheese, however you like to call this gooey, cheesy deliciousness, there is no denying that it is the ultimate comfort food out there. To give it the spotlight it deserves, we’ve rounded up a couple of our favourite places that serve the best mac and cheese in town – from classic to deep fried mac balls, you name it – our clients have it.
The Dirty Bones restaurants in both Carnaby and Kensington embrace all things mac and cheese with their menus of American comfort food classics. To start, guests can snack on Deep Fried Mac Balls with DB chilli sauce. This can be followed by The Mac Daddy Burger: 6oz house burger topped with pulled beef short rib, mac ‘n’ cheese, Dirty Bones barbecue sauce and Dirty Bones pickles. Furthermore, this can all be served with a side of Mac and Cheese with DB secret spice mix and butter toasted panko breadcrumbs.
Tom’s Kitchen have just launched Mac & Cheese Fridays in the Canary Wharf and St Katharine Docks restaurants and delis. Available for lunch and dinner every Friday, the menus feature five different gourmet versions of Mac & Cheese, with one option also available from the delis. Guests can choose from dishes including the Fleetwood Mac with crab, lobster and dill; the Stella Mac with squash, ricotta and sage; and the Piggy Mac with sticky pork and smoky barbecue sauce. Little ones will also be well catered for with the Monster Mac with sausage and tomato sauce. Mac & Cheese Fridays are the perfect way to welcome in the weekend with family, friends or colleagues.
Big East Canary Wharf take their Mac ‘n’ Cheese very seriously. So much so they have three varieties of the dish on their menu. There is the Mac Attack for £17.50, three mini skillets of Lobster Mac ‘n’ Cheese, Brisket Mac ‘n’ Cheese and Regular Mac ‘n’ Cheese. The Lobster Mac ‘n’ Cheese can be found again in the Lobster Feast (£20) which includes a whole fresh lobster, Lobster Roll or Lobster Mac ‘n’ Cheese all served with fries and House Salad. On top of this they also have Aged Cheddar Mac ‘n’ Cheese as a side for £5.90.