This shiny new Shoreditch hangout is part-takeaway salad joint, part-molecular gastronomy café, and 100 per cent meat, dairy, gluten and refined sugar-free. Rabbit food or raving success?
Through the eyes of Gillian Riley’s “always hungry” Roman legionary (who this month is picking up some eggs from Stamford Hill for the journey north), take a tour of the world’s unbeatable eggy dishes
The story of Forest Road Brewing Company’s pale ale WORK began in Pete Brown’s Dalston garden – we bring you his tips on creating your own batches of beautiful beer
The popularity of plant-based foodstuffs in the borough is not just a fashion – we look at the other factors playing a part in the success of the borough’s vegan outlets
The Hoxton-based Jewish deli has been receiving rave reviews since finally opening a permanent space. Does their new group dinner option – a traditional Friday night dinner of roast chicken and more – live up to expectations?
Headway EATS and their crack kitchen squad, made up of survivors of brain injury, delivered a Middle Eastern meal and good vibes besides – their next event is coming soon…
Ever heard of Iron Age salt beef? Our resident food historian reveals the obscure history of the quintessential deli meats, from pastrami to Turkish basturma, with an eye on Hackney’s thriving bagel scene
You may get in trouble pinching someone’s asparagus, but perhaps wild Hackney borage will take your fancy? Our resident food historian focuses in on this genre of edible greenery in her latest piece for us, featuring a recipe for a very non-traditional – but incredible – risotto
Sushi on colourful plates spinning past customers is not just the domain of Yo! and co, as this Japanese eatery aims to prove with its takeaway and sit-down dining options
Visitors to Stokey may have missed this Nook – our reviewer makes a good case for seeking it out, particularly for the dessert option…