Located in Tayer and Elementary, aka the world’s most confusing bar, is the-always-popping-up Tata Eatery. Once you give up trying to work out why this Shoreditch spot contains two bars that serve different drinks and also sometimes different food in the same place, you’ll have nothing else to do but eat. Specifically Tata’s katsu sando, which is London’s most precise formation of meat and bread. Flawless measurements aside, this crispy Iberian pork is seriously good. As is the raspberry and XO sauce that’s smeared on each slice. Yes it’s a lot of money at nearly £15, and yes you should eat it at least once. That said other dishes, like seaweed flatbread and a killer bowl of glistening lardo covered fried rice are well worth ordering as well.
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