Joining a range of restaurants finding new ways back to reopening in Borough Market is Shuk. Their market stall first opened as part of the Borough Market Kitchen section last year. Now they're about to start doing dinners at the weekends.
Erev (it means evening in Hebrew) will be all about small sharing plates and some off-the-hook hummus.
Delivering fresh Iraqi food across London, JUMA Kitchen is great for meat eaters and vegetarians alike. We gave it a try.
We've made no bones about how much we enjoy the food at Arabica. So much so that if we're not popping into their King's Cross restaurant, we're grabbing stuff to go at their deli in Selfridges (obviously all of this pre-lockdown).
So we're quietly thankful that they've joined the growing ranks of restaurants offering a delivery service. Once a week they'll be sending out everything from falafel kits to mezze meals for
This plant-based restaurant in Spitalfields is a big hit with Hot Dinners readers - we went to find out why.
From the group that brought us Yosma and Hovarda comes Barboun - an all day spot in Shoreditch with food inspired by all things Levantine.
Having popped up in residencies across town, Tel Aviv chef Oded Oren has settled on Dalston for his permanent and hospitable home.
This Levantine-inspired all day space in King's Cross has a modern Middle Eastern menu you'll want to work your way through.
This new all day restaurant will open up right next to the Aga Khan Centre in King's Cross and they're promising very special hummus, the best halal steaks and more.
If you're after a casual meal of Mediterranean small plates, with a menu inspired by Tel Aviv, then HAYA in Notting Hill will be the place to head.
Hugely popular American street food sensation The Halal Guys are building on their UK base, picking Earls Court as the location for their second London restaurant.
Former L'anima chef Lello Favuzzi has returned from his travels to bring a mixture of Italian and middle eastern inspiration to this Fitzrovia kitchen
JKS Restaurants turn their superpowers to the humble kebab - inspired by Iranian hole in the wall spots. Seems like Soho's not all that far from Tehran after all.
Fresh from Dubai comes Ruya and chef Colin Clague, bringing some of the region’s finest traditional food given a contemporary, sophisticated twist that's well suited to the restaurant’s ritzy location.
This Mayfair restaurant takes its inspiration from the countries that surround the Black Sea, with a particular focus on Odessa - so expect a lot of seafood delivered from the market there.
Abd el Wahab is a popular group of Middle Eastern restaurants and has come to London - bringing along a mix of Lebanese and Middle Eastern cooking with it.
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