Anda da Bridge
Try to come here when they've got live music on. It'll range from fantastically good; to so amusingly bad that you'll still be glad you bothered. On our last visit the Jamaican equivalent of dodgy Uncle Davo was playing, gyrating and eyeing-up the ladies to comedic effect. Music aside this is an great place to misspend your youth with a fuss–free vibe and plenty of banter. Food is good – but usually given a miss in favour of double rums and pints – and the punters are your less predictable Hoxton wanderers.