By Hollie Harris
1. Yen Teppanyaki, opposite the cinema
Yen means desire. This exciting new edition to the Junction offers auhentic Japanese sizzling with drama. This culinary experience will have you so transfixed you might literally end up with egg on your face.Their menu will satisfy hearty meat eaters, seafood lovers and vegetarians. Kids can’t get enough of the theatrics.
2. Larder & Baked, next to the cinema.
Fresh salads and beautiful baked goods, made today. Tomorrow too. The egg roll is pretty special – daily made baguette, legit free range egg omelette,organic butter, rhoderdale pork, green tomato suace, sriracha mayonnaise and mint is a winning combo.
Did I mention coffee?3. Eddie Cheeba’s, in Arcadia Street.
This is a seriously great meeting place for tapas and drinks at decent prices They make a mean Margarita and the spiced corn risotto with nori is packed with punch. But seriously, you can’t go past the ribs. (Pictured)