The Bell & Brisket salt beef pop-up
This post was originally published in February 2012 and some information may be outdated. However, Bell & Brisket still make a mean sandwich – including some new derivatives like the stunning black rye concotion pictured (credit: Bell & Brisket) – and can be found at various locations across town. For the latest information, follow them on Twitter: @brisketbel
I’m not trying to make a habit out of it, honest, yet I can’t help but notice that my blogs frequently extend beyond the boundaries of linguistic decency. Two thousand words might be fitting for an obituary to Marie Colvin but possibly not for a post that can essentially be summarised as “Pitt Cue Co good” or“New gastropub in East London bad.” In the end, it turns out that there are things in life more important than eating, even if people like me are generally loathe to admit it. So in the interest of not punishing reader’s attention spans – and the fact that a ‘waste liquid removal’ is presently encamped next to me outside The Euston Tap – here’s an exercise in marginal brevity.