• Monty's Deli

    Former streetfood stall becomes a Hoxton Jewish Deli

  • Number 177 Bar & Kitchen brings a slice of Berlin to Hoxton

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    What: Number 177 Bar & Kitchen

    In a nutshell: Hoxton meets Berlin in this venue for food, drink, art and music

    Summing it all up: With an emphasis on animal-free and gluten-free dining, plus a few burger and craft beers on tap, graffiti and a gallery, Number 90 Bar & Kitchen does a good job of transplanting a slice of of ultra-hip Berlin culture onto Hoxton Street, craft beers and all.

  • Monty’s Deli brings a feast of Jewish soul food to Hoxton

    Monty’s Deli brings a feast of Jewish soul food to Hoxton

    They've been a staple at Maltby for a while now, but Monty's Deli are finally making the leap to a permanent spot. Comforting chicken soup, salt beef sandwiches and other essential Jewish soul food will be available at their all-day Jewish diner in Hoxton.

    Not only will there be more pastrami, salt beef and pickles than you can shake a stick at, but Monty’s Deli will have a thoroughly traditional vibe with food

  • Petit Pois launches a pie-fuelled Sunday lunch

    Petit Pois launches a pie-fuelled Sunday lunch

    Now this sounds just lovely - particularly as the weekend get a little brisk.

    From next weekend, Hoxton's Petit Pois is starting their own take on a Sunday lunch. At the heart of the menu will be the slow cooked beef bourguignon for sharing. The beef, from Nathan Mills at The Butchery in Bermondsey, is slow cooked in red wine for four hours with mushrooms, shallots and thyme, before being covered in buttery puff pastry. And

  • Radio Alice pizzeria will bring a new take on pizza to Hoxton Square

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    There's a new pizzeria hitting Hoxton. Radio Alice, named after an Italian pirate radio station, is taking over the spot where Monikers was on Hoxton Square. It's the brainchild of brothers Salvatore and Matteo Aloe, who already have five well-respected restaurants in Italy.

    The thing they do differently is, after having made their pizza dough from mother yeast and ancient stoneground flour, they cook the base, slice it and only then add the

  • Test Driving Petit Pois - a perfect French bistro in Hoxton

    petit pois extHip Hoxton marks a return to traditional bistro cooking with the arrival of Petit Pois on Hoxton Square

  • Petit Pois Bistro comes to Hoxton from the people behind Happiness Forgets

    Petit Pois Bistro comes to Hoxton from the people behind Happiness Forgets

    A new French bistro has come to Hoxton backed by people with pretty impressive bar experience. They're the ones behind bars Happiness Forgets and Original Sin, Alastair Burgess and Chris Smith. Called the Petit Pois Bistro (alas, not a restaurant dedicated to petit pois), it's aiming to bring the feel of a "cosy French bistro" to Hoxton.

    The food will be by Chris Smith himself, who has had a career

  • Chriskitch expands from Muswell Hill to Hoxton Market


    It's been three years since we first wrote about Christian Honor - a chef who left his job running a brigade of 200 chefs at The Dorchester to open a weeny cafe in Muswell Hill called Chriskitch, serving up some of the most astonishing salads and cakes.

    Now he's ready to expand and is opening a new restaurant in Hoxton. The all-day restaurant, opening in late

  • Seth Troxler's Smokey Tails settles down on Hoxton Square


    You may have caught DJ/'cue obsessive Seth Troxler's BBQ popup Smokey Tails when it last turned up in Hackney Wick or Haggerston. But now Troxler's restaurant is settling down with its first permanent residence, at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen.

    The new 64 cover Smokey Tails restaurant will be open from lunch onwards (and brunch at the


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