We'd heard recently about the sad news of the closure of Islington's Rok - but things move fast on Upper Street and there's already a replacement.
Taking over is plant-based restaurant Slaw. They had a series of successful supperclubs and now they're going to the next level - with a residency in the old Rok space. They say "Our ethos is to produce deliciously healthy food in a sustainable and ethical way. We have strong feelings about reducing food waste and so we employ a root-to-stem culture in our restaurants."
We're still to get our hands on a menu - but going by their Instagram feed, it does look promising. Here's what's on there:
- Blackberry & apple with a maple, thyme, salt, pecan & macadamia crumble and a crispy apple skin
- Roasted spiced cauliflower & onions with red chicory and a coriander chutney
- Beetroot pearl barley with roasted squash, a butterbean hummus and roasted squash seeds
And they say the end goal is a "grab and go" concept, so it looks like there will be much more from Slaw.
More about Slaw
Where is it? 149 Upper St, London N1 1RA
When does it open? Open now
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