Holloway Road's food scene gets a further boost with news that the Nags Head Market is being extended for more street food traders.
Three Uncles is coming to Holloway's Upper Place market with authentic Cantonese roasted meats. Find out what's on the menu...
Looking for decent places to meet and eat before a game at The Emirates? Here are our suggestions
Mandy Yin's popular pop-up has finally settled down in permanent digs on Holloway Road. We went to see why everyone's raving about her laksas.
Malaysian laksa specialists Sambal Shiok have finally found a permanent spot for their critically-acclaimed dishes. Opening up on Holloway Road they're planning some epic weekend brunches and the Riesling wine list sounds good too.
Looking for a new burger spot in Holloway/Highbury Corner? They LeyLeys may be exactly what you need. They've already appeared as a Marylebone pub residency, and now they've have found a new home in Holloway for six months.
It's been set up by William Leighton, who told us:
"LeyLey's was an idea born out of time I had spent living on the west coast of the US, I fell in love with the
Bit late to this (in that it opened three weeks ago) but in addition to having opened Cafe Monico last week, Soho House have also unveiled their latest Dirty Burger and Chicken Shop. The newest one is on the Holloway Road and - in a first for the group - features both restaurants in the one space. Handy if you can't decide whether it's
Opening its doors on Holloway Road today is new wine and cheese store Provisions. It's the brainchild of two ex-Borough Wine blokes - Hugo and Ben. "We want to put the producer at the fore and tell their story to people here," Ben told Hot Dinners. "It’s what got us hooked on them in the first place and what we love about working with them."
Expect to find around 100 wines in stock from France and Italy. There'll be a wine refill system where a reusable bottle
To add to its burgeoning cafe scene, Holloway Road is about to get a hot new pop-up with some very interesting folk involved. Croft Kitchen describes itself as as a "seasonal British pop-up restaurant and bar". They're taking over Vagabond Coffee in the evenings from Thursday to Sunday from this month.
In the kitchen is Phil Walther, who has previously worked at Mugaritz (No 6 on the World's 50 Best Restaurants List for 2015) as well as Ryugin (29 on the