Small plate serving restaurants can get a bad rep for small portions and high prices. Some people may have this problem at Flor - the new wine bar, bakery, restaurant hybrid from the Lyle’s people. Only they shouldn’t, because the food at Flor is really really good. Like, completely-ignore-everything-else-surrounding-it-in-Borough-Market-good. In fact it’s so good that after eating a prawn here, or some toast with anchovy and a special bit of cured ham, everything else you eat for the next week will pale into insignificance. It’s the kind of good that makes other good stuff look bad. Sure, you might only really want to come here with one other person: because portion and price. But it’s worth it. You just need to make sure that other person is someone special.
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