Homa, London

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This month we’re visiting some of the best bars around the world. This week we’re in the UK, taking a look at London’s Homa, a family restaurant run by Bilgehan and Roberta. Pay them a visit to discover their story over a cool glass of St. Stefanus. @whatkatiedoes says: ‘Gorgeous décor and generously huge pizzas (I got half of mine wrapped to take home!) Love weekend brunch, too.’

Variety of Beers
Although Homa is more wine-oriented, St. Stefanus Blonde is available on draught. (3/5)

Quality of Beers
Bilgehan and Roberta are very careful when selecting their suppliers, ensuring that every beer is a specialty product – just like St. Stefanus. (4/5)

Food
Homa’s menu is constantly evolving and updating throughout the year, using only the freshest seasonal ingredients in their tasty dishes. (4/5)

Ambience
It’s a welcoming environment for parents and their young children, making it the perfect place for a relaxing Saturday or Sunday afternoon with the family. (3/5)

Customer Service
The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable about their offering. (4/5)

Features
‘A space where reclaimed wooden furniture and wine stacked in old, open wardrobes evoke a funk family dining room’ – Time Out. (4/5)

With some high quality seasonal food and a great selection of beer and wine, Homa is the perfect place to spend an afternoon with the family. Have you been there? How did you rate it? Where else would you recommend in London?

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