Jake MissingLondon Staff Writer
Jake has been a Londoner all his life. Apart from the time he fell asleep on the Metropolitan Line and ended up somewhere called Amersham. It’s very green there. When he isn’t eating out he’s waiting for his stomach to rumble. When he isn’t doing that he’s at the pub. He lives a humble and simple life in Hackney, with his 4D TV and Ocado-delivered San Pellegrino.
A running list of the best dishes we’ve had recently.
The 20 best places to eat around Hackney, London Fields, and Hackney Road.
10pm Curfews, Mandatory Face Coverings, Fines + More Restaurant News
10pm Curfews, Mandatory Face Coverings, F…
London restaurant news for the week of 21/9/20
The Government Is Forcing Londoners To Embrace Teatime + Updates On Other Restrictions
The Government Is Forcing Londoners To Em…
10pm curfews, mandatory face coverings, and potentially enormous fines.
Not every restaurant in London is welcoming to your four legged friend. This is a guide to the restaurants that are.
La Casbah is a little caf on Blackstock Road popular with locals making hefty sandwiches, tagines, and other north African staples.
From freshly blistered naans, to tabbouleh and falafel-stuffed wraps, to generous plates of Somali rice, here’s how to spend £5 in N4.
The Finsbury Park branch of the Trinidadian takeaway is an always reliable spot for a quick bite.
Gadz is a Lebanese cafe behind Finsbury Park station making freshly made shawarmas, wraps, and salads.
Zamzam is a must-visit and excellent value Somali restaurant on the Seven Sisters Road.
You should 100% be getting a pork-filled sandwich from Bánh Mì Hội-An. In fact, you probably want two.