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If you've been keeping track of our page that covers how restaurants are changing as a result of Coronavirus, you'll have seen - where possible - a great shift towards takeaway and delivery.
Latest to reveal full details of their plans are Brat, one of our
London's vegan burger scene couldn't be more enticing at the moment, particularly with the launch this week of a rather special new burger in Shoreditch.
From tomorrow, Halo Burger will be selling what they say is "the UK’s first-ever vegan katsu burger". They've teamed up with Nanban owner and MasterChef winner Tim Anderson for this one-month special, which will be available at their new Shoreditch spot.
It's made with a panko crispy
You're probably aware by now that it's a leap year so that means there's one extra day before we get to March. There certainly are a few events making use of the extra day - this Saturday - but this is the one that struck us the most.
Nobu Hotel Shoreditch's "supper bar" Nami are using the day to launch their brand new Flaming Nami Burger. As you can see from the pic above - it's exactly as it sounds.
It may be hard to believe it, but the Kelis album Kaleidoscope, with its uber-hit Milkshake, is 20 years old this year. To celebrate some of us feeling very old indeed, Deliveroo is teaming up with Kelis herself to launch The Yard which - yes - will be serving milkshakes.
Kelis herself will be popping up in London, the day after her show at the Roundhouse, mixing some of the milkshakes herself. It's
His London Fields restaurant may have closed, but King Cook is bringing Cookdaily back to Boxpark in Shoreditch (where it first started back in 2015), serving up his acclaimed vegan bowls.
That'll be music to the ears of all the well known folk who have flat out loved his food over the past few years. Everyone from Skepta to Professor Green. D Double E and Giggs have posted about their fandom for
Updated 5/2/20 with the opening date.
They're famed for having London's longest queue (and a recent visit confirmed, yes it is a very long wait at peak times) so Borough's fresh pasta restaurant Padella opening a second restaurant is very good news to those who haven't quite had the patience to wait.
If you haven't heard of them - here's a quick primer. Set up by Tim Siadatan and Jordan Frieda of Trullo in
From the group that brought us Yosma and Hovarda comes Barboun - an all day spot in Shoreditch with food inspired by all things Levantine.
If you've ever thought that white wine was the only natural pairing with seafood then a recent event in Shoreditch might have helped dispel that notion. The Oystermen Seafood, Saké & Wine Pop-Up was all about highlighting the trend of sake pairing with seafood as a better tasting and more interesting alternative.
Take a tour of the UK's best food producers without having to leave London at this new restaurant in Shoreditch.
The people behind Hovarda in Soho are opening a new restaurant in Shoreditch that's all about Levantine cooking over fire. It'll have a deli onsite too.
The bar at Nobu Shoreditch is being converted to Nami, a new "supper bar" that combines their cocktails with Japanese street food.
Acclaimed chef Neil Rankin has spent eight months working on the secret ingredients for a unique plant-based burger, which will feature on the menu at his new environmentally-friendly restaurant, Simplicity Burger on Brick Lane.
Popping up in Shoreditch for six months only, we head down to check out Emile - the restaurant from The Drapers Arms' Nick Gibson and chef Damian Clisby.
10/10/19 - updated with soft launch details
Well, this is exciting. If you've been wondering who's taking over the site vacated by Rok on Curtain Road, then we have the answer. It's going to be a long term, six-month residency Emile - run by Damian Clisby ex Restaurant Director of Petersham Nurseries, and Nick Gibson, landlord of the Drapers Arms.
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