In the old ticket office of Crouch Hill station PLANB is a surprisingly spacious room with a buzzy feel to it on a Friday night. Their thing is small/medium plates to share and since we were a hungry threesome we started off with a round of bread and dips while perusing the menu. This was quality bread with three very tasty dips. Oh, and anchovy toast too (massively yum) which was perfect alongside a glass of vinho verde.
The menu tilts towards Mediterranean style stuff with North African flavours, good fish and plenty on offer for the veggie/vegan crowd. The service is relaxed and really there’s nothing not to like about being served good food and even better wine of an evening.
I made a mental note to go back during the daytime, perhaps even with Mrs Woof. PLANB is the kind of place that makes an area a pleasure to live in.
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