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Eating Out

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

While the big guy in red makes his list and checks it twice, check out a selection of the finest festive events coming your way.

The street food specialists bring an expanded menu and cocktails to their slick new digs on the High Street.

Biff’s Jack Shack, nestled snuggly among the rest of the newcomers in a fresh round of eateries at Shoreditch’s Box Park, offers vegans the perfect comfort junk food.

As Americans everywhere prepare for a turkey feast with extra helpings of pumpkin pie, we’ve been out finding five of the best places for Thanksgiving this side of the Atlantic.

On Thursday November 15, London Fields Brewery bring together two of our favourite things in glorious harmony: beer and art.

Expect six curling lanes, toasty cocktails, BBQ food and music from a steel-drum band when Sliders opens on November 1

Some of the ingredients on Yard Sale’s new collaborative effort Thai Society are unusual for most dishes - let alone a pizza.

Booking a table for Sunday lunch at Blacklock in Soho is about as easy as landing tickets for Glastonbury.

A Poutinerie with a difference is serving up twists on the classic Canadian dish in Old Spitalfields Market.

Head chef Emilia Strazzanti will prepare a five-course feast that pairs Sicilian cooking with east London produce

The Curtain Road venue’s rooftop becomes a den of debauchery and excess for the cooler months with the launch of Lady Celeste’s

Middle-eastern vegan pop-up What the Fattoush? is at Kingsland Road’s Pamela bar until the new year.

The recent heatwave has made it all too easy to feel like Spain is on our doorsteps.

You won’t be leaving your pizza crusts behind when it comes to Yard Sale’s latest guest chef collaboration.

Beautiful Allotment bring sustainable cocktails and BBQ food to a leafy new open-air hangout

Rum lovers – you may want to head down to your nearest Patty and Bun before the end of the month.

A meal out is never simply about food these days, with the trend for all things immersive spreading to the humble three course meal.

Anyone missing out on Yard Sale’s World Cup special is scoring an own goal.

The World Cup kicks off tonight. That means two things: a month of seriously dull football matches which remind you why international football isn’t very good, and restaurateurs flogging World Cup-themed burgers.

Farang has put Thai food on the map in Highbury Park in a former Italian trattoria. Emma Bartholomew visits with her family

Les Nenettes really comes into its own on a bright sunny day.

Hoxton Square pizzeria Radio Alice is showcasing five special pizzas created by guest chefs - with each running on the menu for just one week.

The Star is hosting a bank holiday street party to celebrate a decade since its launch in Bethnal Green Road.

With relatively few restaurants outside its home nation dedicated to the cuisine, Burmese food is a bit of a mystery to the average diner in the UK.

Emma Bartholomew and her family visit Hot Stone in Chapel Market where you cook your main course on sizzling slabs of volcanic magma

Emma Bartholomew and her family try the “bottomless roast” at the revamped, and renamed, Elephant’s Head

United Chip is the trendiest - and tastiest - fish and chip shop I’ve ever been to.

Radici is the perfect spot to while away the weekend hours finds Emma Bartholomew - especially with bottomless prosecco at £15.

Any body who is anybody will soon walk through the door of The Blues Kitchen’s new basement venue, opening at the end of March

The horribly named Veganuary may be over, but there’s still plenty on the menu at Thai Square for anyone who wants to cut out meat and dairy.

“Buffalo wings are nothing compared to this - even Jamaican people cry,” Federico, the manager at Rudie’s Boxpark warned us before we ate their spicy Boston chicken.

Via Emilia takes its name from the famous Roman Road that runs through Emilia Romagna – and only serves up food from the region.

To mark the release of his new book, Not Guilty, Mick Élysée is bringing his pop-up restaurant to Hackney. He talks about coming to Europe from the Congo as a teenage refugee, developing his distinctive Afro-fusion cuisine, and using his cooking to raise money for the Wonder Foundation.

Twelve of the best seats will be auctioned off in support of Refettorio Felix

Emma Bartholomew and her family try out a new range of ‘ta-kos’ at Victory Mansion in Stoke Newington - and there’s a surprise favourite

The team at Newington Green’s popular Alma has opened a new pub, Be-Bop-A-Lula, in Green Lanes. It’s great. James Morris isn’t surprised.

As its name suggests, Flour and Grape specialises in freshly-made pasta and wine.

ntony Difrancesco’s Italian roots have influenced the new winter menu at his restaurant Wolf in Stoke Newington High Street, discovers Emma Bartholomew

Glamorous fish restaurant Galley’s sublime winter menu is not to be missed.

Emma Bartholomew chats to the founders of The Vurger Co about how they came up with the idea to launch a vegan burger comapany

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