Taking an Israeli-inspired approach to their food, we try the Weekend Box from Shuk and Restaurant Box, designed to keep you well-fed for a few days.
Ceru is sending out a number of DIY meal kits with a Levantine influence and a lot of flair in the packaging. We gave one of the boxes a try.
His pop-ups have been a huge success and now, with the final stop of a crowdfunding campaign, Imad Alarnab is bringing his Syrian food to Soho.
The Barbary starts delivering home versions of some of its greatest hits. We're big fans of the restaurant - so of course, we had to give this a try...
With Lockdown 2 upon us, even more restaurant and cafes than before are carrying on with a delivery service. The Barbary (from the same people as The Palomar) is the latest, getting to ready to launch The Barbary Next Door.
As part of the at-home service, they're revamping everything to suit delivery - with food available for breakfast, lunch and
The people behind Hovarda in Soho are opening a new restaurant in Shoreditch that's all about Levantine cooking over fire. It'll have a deli onsite too.
The couple who opened turkey restaurant Strut & Cluck in Shoreditch are now behind this new Eastern Mediterranean kitchen on Marylebone Lane
Opening today is a new spot in Camden Market, taking up on e of the units beside Kerb. Called Zala, it comes from Tomer Niv, formerly head chef at R’amas Kitchen in Jerusalem and who's also done stints at The Fat Duck and The Ledbury.
He's teamed up with his brother for the restaurant that will feature meze, Levantine pizzas (including Beef and Lamb Matbucha, pitas and grilled meats - all baked in a traditional Taboon oven. Expect lots
14/12/16 - updated with soft launch details.
Southwark’s Old Union arches will be home to new Israeli restaurant come January 2017, with its own in-house Gazoz bar. It’s the first solo venture from Eran Tibi, who cut his teeth working with Israeli food legend Yotam Ottolenghi.
By day, Bala Baya will be sending out freshly, piping hot pitta bread cooked in house in their special pitta oven, Tel
They've been popping up in Fitzrovia, Tower Bridge and Cannon Street, but now Levantine restaurant Ceru is getting ready to settle down. Co-founded by husband and wife team Barry and Patricia Hilton and inspired by their travels in the region, they're setting down with a permanent restaurant in South Kensington.
Ceru will open all day with a modern take on Levantine cuisine as well as classic mezze alongside grilled