This place that served someone’s nice dinner in a glass.
This restaurant that threw caution to the wind and completely deconstructed a bolognese.
This hipster place that tried to act like a shopping trolley was a normal receptacle for coleslaw.
And this place that served a prawn cocktail in a skip.
This restaurant that put a fry-up in a surgical tray.
And of course, literally every single restaurant that serves saucy food on a flat board.
This hipster restaurant that decided to brazenly slip a fruity meat bonanza into the dessert menu.
And this place that couldn’t even be bothered to make a cheesecake.
This establishment that helpfully put the tables 1 foot below the chairs.
And this place that decided a barber’s chair was the most practical place to sit to enjoy your food.
This place that thought it was OK to show a video of mince being made as ironic entertainment for diners.
This restaurant that used a red onion as a table number holder.
This place that thinks a gross old tin can is a nice way to get a cocktail.
And this blasphemous place that decided to serve beer in a mason jar.
This place that decided the bathroom sinks needed to reflect the restaurant’s organic urban farm aesthetic.
And this place that decided the Dyson Airblade hand dryers in the bathroom needed to look more edgy.
This establishment that bashed a load of random wood together and called it a chair.
This child-friendly hipster establishment that helpfully provided creepy Victorian restraints for kids.
And this restaurant that invented the hipsterest seat of all time.