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Post Tagged with: "food"

REVIEW: Brother Marcus, Angel July 1, 2018

REVIEW: Brother Marcus, Angel

WHAT? Bright and zesty brunch dishes (so good they’ve won awards), great coffee and evening events a few minutes’ walk from Angel tube station and Islington green. WHERE? Ignore the queues of hungover youths at The Breakfast Club Angel (what’s...read more »

REVIEW: Look Mum No Hands! Old Street July 1, 2018

REVIEW: Look Mum No Hands! Old Street

WHAT? An achingly hipster cycle cafe cum community centre, where a team of four full-time mechanics, baristas and cafe staff work to feed and water city cyclists. Whether you drop in with a flat tyre or book a full service, you can pull up a chair,...read more »

REVIEW: Rascals, Shoreditch June 26, 2018

REVIEW: Rascals, Shoreditch

WHAT? Boasting “the ONLY fully waterproof dining room in London”, this is a restaurant for super fun, super millennial weekending – and it’s 50% vegan to boot. WHERE? In association with cocktail bar cum ball pit Ballie Ballerson...read more »

REVIEW: Aun, Stoke Newington June 21, 2018

REVIEW: Aun, Stoke Newington

WHAT? A friendly, independent Japanese restaurant run by a family in Stoke Newington. European ingredients are used to recreate Japanese flavours, plated up Izayaka style (read: it’s super Instagrammable). WHERE? Occupying a prime spot on Stoke...read more »

REVIEW: Bo Drake, Soho June 5, 2018

REVIEW: Bo Drake, Soho

WHAT? Slow-cooked meats borrowing from American and European traditions, enlivened with East Asian flavours – and a banging cocktail menu to boot. WHERE? Look out for jazzy artwork pointing to this stylish spot on Greek Street, bang in the middle...read more »

REVIEW: Pizza Union, Dalston March 27, 2018

REVIEW: Pizza Union, Dalston

WHAT? Ridiculously great value thin crust Roman-style pizzas and cheap booze in a typically buzzy, fast-paced Dalston setting. Neon signage casts a pink glow over hipster types crowded around long benches, scoffing dough rings pumped full of Nutella...read more »

REVIEW: Hankies, West End March 15, 2018

REVIEW: Hankies, West End

Guest food writer Nathaniel Collins gets to grips with the delicacies on offer at new West-End Indian haunt, Hankies. For the last decade or so, London’s culinary scene has been gripped by the most welcome revolution of street food. The simple concept...read more »

REVIEW: The Real Greek, Dulwich Village November 9, 2017

REVIEW: The Real Greek, Dulwich Village

Guest food writer Nathaniel Collins reports on the latest addition to South East London’s picturesque Dulwich Village. The Real Greek, a restaurant specialising in eastern Mediterranean cuisine, has forayed into areas that high street restaurants...read more »

REVIEW: Oslo, Hackney October 10, 2017

REVIEW: Oslo, Hackney

WHAT? A conveniently placed nightclub cum gig venue backing onto Hackney Central station, Oslo doubles up as a remarkably chilled out workspace and brunch spot during the day. Evenings might bring intimate gigs, talented DJs and round the block queues,...read more »

REVIEW: Cubana, Waterloo August 2, 2017

REVIEW: Cubana, Waterloo

WHY GO? For a raucous party and rambunctious cocktails every night of the week. We headed to London’s Waterloo branch for mojitos, mole and morbidly bad dancing to live music – and here’s why you should too. Cubana’s organic chorizo...read more »

REVIEW: Bun House, Soho July 28, 2017

REVIEW: Bun House, Soho

WHY GO? Pillow-soft buns, interesting Asian beers and pickled *everything*. A secret Soho spot to keep up your sleeve… WHAT? A small, unassuming bun house in the middle of buzzy Soho, a couple of minutes’ walk from Tottenham Court Road...read more »

REVIEW: The Bach, Hoxton February 27, 2017

REVIEW: The Bach, Hoxton

WHAT? Dedicated to supporting small businesses, this Kiwi-run cafe cum workspace offers fresh, free-range and locally sourced produce where possible. Pronounced ‘batch’, The Bach nods to the tiny beach homes common in New Zealand, evoking...read more »

REVIEW: Gyoza Bar, Covent Garden February 21, 2017

REVIEW: Gyoza Bar, Covent Garden

WHAT? If the doughy half-moon starters at pan-Asian eateries mean more to you than the main event, Gyoza Bar’s calling your name. The focus here is on great dim sum, padded out with warming ramen noodles and pillowy bao buns. WHY GO? Perfect...read more »

REVIEW: Rudie’s Rum Punch Brunch, Dalston February 17, 2017

REVIEW: Rudie’s Rum Punch Brunch, Dalston

WHAT? Authentic Jamaican jerk and cocktail joint Rudie’s has added a short but sweet brunch option to their menu – think jerk-spiced ham and eggs, callaloo, chicken, golden half-moon patties and oodles of rum punch. WHY GO? After months...read more »

REVIEW: The Book Club, Shoreditch February 14, 2017

REVIEW: The Book Club, Shoreditch

WHY GO? Famed for an impressive programme of music, yoga, film screenings, pub quizzes, craft workshops and club nights, you’d be forgiven for forgetting about The Book Club‘s hearty breakfast offering – but it’s more than worth...read more »