“After 66 years of serving east-end London communities, the bakery Percy Ingle will close its entire network of bakeries.”
“Good company can make even mediocre food sing, in the same way that bad company can make multi-Michelin-starred dinners seem fussy and superfluous”
Outstanding pizza, fish and chips, jerk chicken, beigels, and more — all without the apps
From American-German classics to wieners paired with grower champagne.
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East London’s restaurant of the moment, Gloria serves accomplished Italian comfort food in a riotously fun, over-the-top environment.
Sichuan and Hubei Chinese specialities, a vegan iteration of some of London’s best Jamaican cooking, a quality neighbourhood Italian, and more
Having operated for over 50 years, Mark Sargeant took over The Wife of Bath in Wye, Kent, and relaunched the venue as a modern Spanish restaurant.
Thought to have originated in northeast China around 2,000 years ago, kombucha is a fermented drink typically consisting of black tea and sugar – although the drink can also be made with green tea and with the addition of honey or various fruits.
London’s first experience of ‘American’ fried chicken (as it’s known today) came with the opening of Kentucky Fried Chicken in North Finchley during 1968. Countless accessibly priced chicken shops have since opened and become pillars of local communities, followed by a clutch of new establishments — all united by a ubiquitous passion for one of the world’s favourite comfort foods.