With so many restaurants in London reopening for deliveries, it's hard to get noticed. But one Hackney spot has, we think, got quite an unusual proposition.
The Waterhouse Project opened its doors for the first time just pre-lockdown. Its owner, chef Gabriel Waterhouse (ex-Galvin La Chapelle) had just moved from a supperclub scenario, to what he was calling 'social fine dining' in a permanent restaurant in East London.
Now that we're restricted to social distancing rules, delivery makes more sense for him and his team at the moment and they've started sending out six-course tasting menus, with wine pairings. So far, so standard. But what we particularly like the extra option whereby you order their food complete with limited-edition ceramics by designer Jo Marland to serve it in. There's even plating ideas for the perfect insta shot up on the restaurant's website.
They're also doing - and we were very taken with this - a doughnuts and wine package. Choose from four Herdwick lamb savoury doughnuts or four sweet potato doughnuts (or a mixture of both) and you can collect or get those delivered on Thurs-Sunday along with a bottle of their house Rioja for £35.
More about The Waterhouse Project
Where is it? 3 Mare Street, London E8 4RP
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