Who among us will be able to forget the great sourdough craze of the first Covid Lockdown? How could you call yourself a real foodie if you weren't faffing around with starters and whatnot while confined to your home?
Up in Crouch End, one couple who spent the lockdown supplying sourdough out of their own kitchen to the local area are now parlaying their kitchen table business into a fully-fledged
Crouch End's dining scene has always been pretty interesting, but the arrival of a group with tonnes of restaurant experience to open this sustainable seafood and wine spot actually makes it worth crossing town to try.
A restaurant team with tonnes of experience are behind this sustainable seafood restaurant and wine bar in the heart of Crouch End.
A trio of top mixologists are behind a new cocktail bar and restaurant opening in the heart of Crouch End. And yes, there'll be a boozy weekend brunch.
While we wait for Neil Gill to reopen Gilly's Fry Bar in central London he's gone and opened up a neighbourhood restaurant in Crouch Hill.
If you've been a fan of the various KERB street food markets across town, then you'll definitely be interested on what's coming next. They're getting ready to launch KERB X - which sees them mixing their street food know-how with a new Saturday market - on opposite sides of town.
First up, launching on 25 August is KERB X Hornsey Town Hall in Crouch End. This one is part of the refurb of the building - adding an arts centre and
Ex-Pig and Butcher chef Chris Slaughter is reviving his Crouch End supper club by transplanting it into a restaurant, and he’s keeping all the hallmarks, with just 16 seats, a small set menu and a single meal a day.
Global flavours, local ingredients, vegan and gluten-free options, and a separate brunch menu means that Here’s got all the makings of a perfect Crouch End neighbourhood joint.
Crouch End has a cracking new bar serving up snacks and small plates which is worth a trip