Launched in October 2016, I have only just made it down to the restaurant Lazy Hunter which is shameful given its close to home! But finally I did and I wasn’t disappointed.
Lazy Hunter is a restaurant specialising in street food but not as you know it. Although it is meat focused as I suspected (the clue being in the name Lazy Hunter), there are veggie options available. It might have not been my first choice of eatery being a vegetarian but as I live with a fussy meat eater, I have to compromise now and again!
So the pair of us headed down to Lazy Hunter and as soon as you walk through the door, you feel the welcoming and warm atmosphere of the place. With distinctive designs throughout, it is stylish and cosy. It is what I would imagine a chic hunting lodge to look like but better.
FME (fussy meat eater) ordered the Full Hunter’s Breakfast and I ordered the Camping Out Breakfast, both washed down with a really good cappuccino. Each breakfast was beautifully presented in a frying pan on a wood block, which immediately made me want to dig in. It even made me want to dig into FME’s breakfast too (bar the meat). In fact, I wanted to dig into all the food that passed my table. The portions are generous, you can tell the ingredients are good quality and the food is really tasty. It’s like satisfying comfort food. Lazy Hunter has succeeded in creating delicious dishes. Even FME was “very impressed and it’s not often I say that about breakfast.” which let me tell you, is no mean feat.
We will definitely be returning to Lazy Hunter, next on the list are the burgers!