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Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Deeney's


There is a queue snaking around the grill at Deeney's stand at Broadway Market every Saturday. Always.

Deeney's are famous throughout the London street-food addicts for their unbeatable toasties. It may surprise you then to hear that haggis is at the centre of the best, and most requested, of their selection. Haggis, which Carol Deeney describes with such fantastic brutal honesty to the line of tourists in front of her stand as being made of the 'sheep's heart, liver and lung'. Get over it you non-believers. It tastes damn good.

Squidged into a toastie and grilled with generous doses of cheddar, caramelised onions and rocket: this is without question the best toastie in London. The perfect fodder for a cold, grey, winter Saturday at Broadway Market.

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