Family-run deli and food shop specializing in organic meats, delicious cakes, coffee and local beer. Winner of the 2014 TimOut London Awards and 2015 runners up in The Slow Food UK Awards.
Much-loved Punjabi restaurant serving aromatic, spicy dishes in a no-frills, contemporary interior.
Casual, eclectic eatery with small plates served all day, beer, wine and a few pavement tables.
Vegetarian curry house and takeaway with an all-you-can-eat buffet in a simple cafe setting.
“Bühler and Co is a vegetarian / vegan brunch place round the corner from us. The Gado Gado is incredible. We just moved to this area and didn’t feel at home until we found a good brunch spot.” — Tom Forest
“The vibe is awesome… and it’s surprisingly one of the best breakfasts you can find in London. Not your typical English breakfast, the naan rolls are incredible. There’s normally a wait but [it’s] well worth it.” -Million Miles
“WOLF in Stoke Newington is a great neighbourhood Italian restaurant with a constantly changing seasonal menu. I always have whatever vegetarian pasta they have on the menu as well as the burrata and some truffle potatoes.” – Circa Waves
“Dishoom has some of the most delicious and interesting Indian food in the whole of London. There’s a few of them around and make sure to check out the black Daal.” – Circa Waves
“If you’re in Shoreditch, head to the Viet Mile for a hearty bowl of Pho. Plenty of the restaurants there are BYOB, too, which should set you up nicely for a night out around the bars of East London. BunBunBun and LoongKee are solid bets.” – Circa Waves
“Mangal 2 in Dalston is an east London staple. Amazing food for a great price in one of the most lively parts of town.” – Circa Waves
“Not a Schwarma but the best Sandwich in London is at Max’s Sandwich Shop in Crouch Hill. There’s only a small menu but it’s enough to make you change the way you think about Sandwich’s forever.” – Circa Waves