Now they’re back with an alternative ranking of the list - focusing on some of the more obscure creations from the 100.
The new list seems a lot more fun to explore than the more serious one with dishes like The Tallest, The Smallest, The Cheapest and The Priciest making the list of 8 dishes that are really worth hunting out in the capital.
There’s also the Cheesiest, Meatiest, The Prettiest and The Ugliest on the list, with the Priciest awarded to the Sunday roast offered at Trinity in Clapham.
Take a look at the list below and read details about each one on Time Out.
The Tallest - The Lord Rupert at Bell & Brisket, KERB
The Smallest - All Balls at Cinnamon Soho
The Cheapest - Pastel de Nata at Lisboa Patisserie
The Priciest - Sunday Roast at Trinity
The Cheesiest - Grilles Cheese Sandwich at Kappacasien
The Meatiest - Ox Cheek French Dip at Hawksmoor Spitalfields Bar
The Prettiest - Poached Pear with Rose Petals and Lemon Verbana Sorbet at Petersham Nurseries Cafe
The Ugliest - Chicken Waffle at The Lockhart