When you head into MEATLiquor, two things are bound to happen. You’ll have a food coma and you’ll have a great time doing so. My bro and I were already done with our *first* dinner and then walked over to Islington for our next fill. Then we stumbled upon MEATLiquor. It wasn’t too busy on this Sunday night, with a decent outdoor seating area with a funky ex-garage fit out for the inside tables. Service was a bit too cool for school but it was functional. We ordered the monkey fingers (£7.75), which were boneless chicken fingers in hot pepper sauce, and a side of the deep fried mac and cheese (£5.50). Regardless of what you order, you get a lot of it. I preferred the fried mac myself, the fingers were a tinge too sour. They did taste great the next day with a splash of honey. The rest of the menu is burger-heavy, so expect to be ingesting some gut-busting meals when you hit it up next.
The Filth pie (£5) sounded exactly me. It’s Oreos, marshmallow, coconut and chocolate pie served warm with ice-cream. It was a surprise hit. The pie has that hearty oven-fired warmth with eye-watering levels of sweetness. In a good way.