New on Golborne is 108 Garage, a really snatched restaurant, set in an old garage. Brick walls, a mix of mid-century furniture bathed in the warm hue of copper lighting make this a very cosy place to camp. Food here is excellent and there are no words, so I am calling it global garage grub. By this I mean the food has no obvious home, it nods at many cuisines but you can end with a nice Italian-style espresso. It was lunch hour and massive wedges of rustic bread arrived with delicious dips and a flavoured butter, alongside a pungent warming broth which had miso, something smoked and possibly vinegar in it. Next the best Burrata ever, apparently brought in fresh from a dairy in Acton (that is not a typo) and then a salad with some wilted Italian green – check post snaps below – that was topped with something crunchy and on top of something milky. Seriously delicious. Now I don’t eat meat but rest assured carnivores of the Hill there is a full spread of choice cuts to sink your canines into. Not run of the mill and I loved it. You need to know (YN2K?), it is closed on Monday, the chef is called Chris Denney – in pic – it costs around £20 – £40 each and you can have a party here. 108garage.