James Cochran's Islington restaurant has closed within four months of opening. The restaurant, which was upstairs at the Angel Shopping Centre in Islington, quietly closed its doors a few weeks ago. But following various enquiries on and off social it seems the restaurant has finally put up a notice confirming its closure.
Odd thing though. When you look for information on his website, there's simply a notice that "This popup location has now
Taking over the spot vacated by Prawn on the Lawn, this is a new wine shop and restaurant in Islington - run by half of both Oklava and Boustead & Bidois.
Lots of us will remember when last year, a burst water main led to some pretty epic flooding around Islington’s Upper Street. The cost of the damage caused ran into the millions, and of course, affected the area’s abundance of
The chef from Dalston’s A Little Of What You Fancy is the latest to step into the residency role at Borough Wines & Beers downstairs brewery.
Elaine Chalmers, along with her long-term associate chef Pete Le Faucheur will be setting up Elaine & Pete’s Dining Room in Brewery Below.
It’ll be a seasonal, regularly changing menu with some intriguing ingredient combinations, like
It's good news for North Londoners today as JKS Restaurants (the family behind Gymkhana and Trishna, among others) has just said it'll be opening two new Motu Indian Kitchen sites this autumn, in Islington on October 17th and Swiss Cottage on November 3rd. That brings what they term their 'refined' versions of Indian takeaway classics to area ranging from Camden and Holloway to Hamstead and Finchley Road.
Both sites of the delivery-only service will feature dishes that are
Islington restaurant and micro-brewery Borough Wine & Beers has been keeping busy this year with a series of excellent pop-ups. They're showing no sign of letting up for the time being too. Now they've announced that the next to join will be Oded Oren, an Israeli chef who's previously worked down south in the well-received Louie Louie.
Online retailer Merchant Gourmet (where you can buy all manner of pulses and grains) are getting into the restaurant business with a pop-up space in Islington. It's working as a companion to their website so, as you might expect, those grains and pulses are heavily featured on the menu.
While it's a strongly vegetarian affair, it's not completely veggie either with a few meat dishes cropping up. And for
Missed fodder’s three-day pop-up in Borough Wine & Beers subterranean nano-brewery? Good news: they’re returning to Brewery Below for a whole month this time, bringing a brand new menu packed with wild, foraged ingredients *and* a new chef.
This time around Ollie Downey will be joining Michael Thompson in the kitchen, bringing together their joint Claridge's experience to roll out a menu that’s full of food themed around the changing seasons. You can
Following up from the success of James Cochran EC3, the chef is bringing his N1 incarnation to Islington's Angel Central.
Sad news as the traditional English pie and eel shop which has been trading as Manze since 1902 blames business rates for decision
As much as possible is ethically sourced at this new restaurant on St John Street from a former Dean Street Townhouse chef, with an alcohol-free drinks menu that’ll delight non-drinkers.
Yes, we're quite excited about a new wine bar opening up in our manor. Let us tell you everything you need to know about Humble Grape...
If you can’t have gluten, then you should already have Islington’s gluten-free bakery Beyond Bread on your radar. However there’s big news - following on from their gluten-free brunches, they’ve just announced a brand new evening menu so you can enjoy an entire gluten-free dinner, from cheese straws to the cocktails, like their wheat-free Bloody Mary.
Some of the menu options you can expect
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