I've been meaning to write about The Honest Sausage for a long time. It's a splendid place. And very nicely situated in the middle of Regent's Park (easily the best park in London). You can eat inside or out, and we, since the weather was changable, did both. A cup of tea isn't cheap but you can get 'builders' or posh.
The outdoor area has many tables, stools and large umbrellas which flap in the wind like French goalkeepers. But if that's full there's a whole park where you can sit and sup.
The interior is a nice mix of 30s/40s vintageyness with modern organicness. As if rationing were being administered in heaven. Big thumbs up to the condiment pot, more people should use something as imaginative as a garden container. (At least that's what it looks like.)
Must go on a Monday.
There's a piggy theme, to go with the organic, free-range, well-adjusted pork, which always seems slightly twisted to me; anthropomorphising that which you're about to eat. Still, didn't stop me supplementing my tea with a big bacon roll.
They're very smart in keeping the menu relatively limited, so everything they do is good. Full marks. Must go back for a fry-up.