Grab a pew in this bright, airy restaurant, order a carefully balanced cocktail, tuck into olives that actually taste like legit olives, and really relax into your evening. Hodge Podge is one of those laid back modern British restos that keep popping up at the mo - the kind that give French and Italian food a run for their money, and Scandi decor a run for theirs. Dishes range from delicate (mussel broth with warm fennel salad) to punchy (BBQ baby chicken with burnt corn chowder and nduja). And desserts? Well, they're pretty flipping sultry to be honest. Head chef and owner Simon Hodge's version of profiteroles arrive topped with peanuts, glazed in chocolate, and filled with tahini and baked caramel cream. Yeah we got a little hot and heavy, and what?!