All in all as good as any similar establishment in the area while having a little more of a feel of a proper night out than some.
Good quality Vietnamese eats and a pleasant surprise on the beer front.
At about twenty quid a head with service I don't know why you'd go anywhere else for trad Italian in this neck of the woods.
At 25 quid a head this was as good value as you'll get in these parts for this quality.
A welcome addition to the local resto scene in an underserved corner of north London, Goods Office delivers handsomely on the food front.
Do not under any circumstance play jazz lite over your sound system. Combined with the enervating combined effect of high amounts of caffeine and bad service this could result in a Falling Down style situation. You don't want that. And more to the point nor do your other customers.
For a total of £13 you'd find it hard to eat that well for that kind of money elsewhere in Stroud Green.
A favourite pizzeria in Finsbury Park is fortunately replaced by something just as good in Walnut.
Slightly chaotic but good pizza in a bosky den.
A full room on an early Saturday evening (in contrast to La Porchetta a couple of doors along) showed that Quê Me has successfully cracked the price/quality equation for this stretch of restos, where the competition is fierce.