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Eating Out

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

After talking to two north London milkmen, Kerstin is inspired to make a ‘flower of the milk’ gelato and offers recipes for non-dairy oat and soya milk as substitutes

Kerstin uses the Italian corn porridge to make chips and dips, an alternative to pizza and a delicious lemon and rosemary cake

Wine expert Liz rounds up the best pinks from Italy France and Spain - and encourages staycationers to enjoy a picnic in an English vineyard

July and August are a cornucopia of pleasure with pale, paler and palest southern French wines - but serve them cool says expert Liz

Lisa from Hackney’s Weeknight Diner Cookery School serves up a fuss-free meal to share with friends

Alex Perez-Davies is cooking up the comfort food in his kitchen and delivering locally by bike

Lisa Cowling from Hackney’s Week Night Diner cook school offers a quick and tasty lockdown lunch that you can conjure from your store cupboard and freezer

Lisa from Dalston’s Weeknight Diner Cook School on a sweet treat you can make without a fancy ice-cream maker

Scotland’s finest whisky producers head south of the border for the festival’s first London tastings at the Clapton venue

Stoke Newington restaurant Wander is putting on a menu of Australian favourites to raise funds for the bushfire relief campaign.

Hot May Pot Pot is putting on a special three-course detox menu this month, and it includes China’s take on fondue.

“How do they make watermelon look like tuna?” my son pondered as we sat in Wagamama’s new Old Street branch, waiting for the new vegan dish to be served up.

If you’re looking for classic French fare cooked to stunning perfection, look no further than Petit Pois Bistro.

Review: Tonkotsu, Shoreditch

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Forget fish and chips - ramen is warming, comforting fast food at its finest.

Review: Caldera, Mare Street

Thursday, December 12, 2019

This week I had the pleasure of visiting Caldera, the newly opened Mexican eatery on Mare Street.

Yann Florio has always been a cooking prodigy. He began his training at the age of 14, was working in Luxembourg’s Michelin-starred La Pomme Canelle by 18 and was appointed head pastry chef at Corrigans, in Mayfair, when he was just 23. This journey started with some harsh words from his school teacher.

Review: Oren, Dalston

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Mediterranean-Israeli food isn’t something I’d normally seek out, but Oren has made me realise I’ve been missing out.

Rotunda in Kings Cross recently launched its Sunday Beef Club – a lavish four-course meal brimming with canapés, seafood, aged beef and fruit-filled desserts.

Barge East is a 114-year-old Dutch barge turned floating bar and kitchen docked upon the River Lee. Its seasonal menu and casual take on fine dining offers comfort and warmth to those who step on board – a little culinary escape from the hustle and bustle of east London life.

Draughts has given Londoners a cool spot to play board games since 2014. Originally based in Haggerston, the venue specialising in family favourites and retro classic games has switched to Dalston, where they’ve been settling in to a fancy new 3,000 square foot abode.

Fresh pasta and creative flavour combinations from different Italian districts are on offer at Officina 00, which opened on Old Street back in September.

A new hub for Mexican food and cocktails opens on Mare Street next week.

The world’s first zero-waste restaurant is relocating from Brighton to Hackney Wick, launching on the upper floor of CRATE Brewery from Tuesday, November 5.

When he first settled in London, Taewoo Kim spent five years working in Japanese restaurants like Gilgamesh and Sake no Hana before launching his own venture celebrating his Korean heritage.

I’ve always been a bit suspicious of calzones.

Craft beer bar and shop Mother Kelly’s is the latest addition to the little row of restaurants in Stratford’s East Village square.

Superb news if you work near Old Street, or if you just like good food and artisanal coffee in general.

Founded as recently as April 2018, Tom Brown’s Cornerstone restaurant has landed yet another top-tier prize.

Your sofa is obviously a strong choice. But you hardly get the same buzz out of watching the action from Japan whilst sat in your front room, in your PJs, eating Weetabix. No, that won’t do at all. Instead, we’ve put together a list of six of the best bars and restaurants showing the World Cup in Hackney and Islington for you to *try*... (sorry).

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