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67 Stoke Newington Church St, London
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Escocesa is a neighbourhood tapas spot in Stoke Newington, where all the seafood is sourced from Scotland. This means juicy Orkney scallops, octopus with white bean purée and capers, and grilled Shetland mussels. Vibe-wise it's a popular date spot and, if that’s what you’re after, you’ll want a spot at the bar. It’s moodily lit, classy but casual, and there’s a view of the action—perfect to enjoy a few plates and a couple of glasses.

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