Keep track of all of the most interesting, just-opened places across the city
A Hackney pastificio, the return of a beloved taqueria, and more
Where to find the best dumplings, noodles, and whole steamed fish
Where to eat in the capital right now
Lawsuits, parody menus, and James Corden.
The restaurants London lost, and why diners miss them
The restaurants that Eater London’s staff, contributors, and friends frequented over and over again.
Which new openings really stood out?
Including two of London’s very best Chinese restaurants
Fish and chips and pie and mash; parmos and stotties; oatcakes and stargazy pie
From a meathead’s paradise to cultural celebrations
As the London restaurant opening cycle kicked back up, who stood out?
How the industry should rebuild in 2022
Tasteless cultural appropriation, misdirected focus on national cuisines, and menus still being explained
Nigella Lawson’s crisp cauldron, Paddington’s marmalade, and the tweets that shattered food media
Salt Bae, Salt Bae, and more Salt Bae
The restaurants that Eater London’s staff, contributors, and friends frequented again and again
Bread, wine, meat, fish, fruit, veg, and other groceries from shops, provisioners, and restaurants
Precarity has prevented many from wanting to speak out, or speak candidly; many took a short time to reflect on their industry and reasoned that it was time to get out
How the industry should rebuild in 2021
Whether with deliveries to the vulnerable and the NHS, or by changing operations entirely to suit people’s needs
In a year of few and delayed openings, which ones stood out?
Meal kits, shop offshoots, and suppliers becoming supermarkets
Nigella Lawson’s microwave, overdue change in food media, and Marcus Rashford’s free school meal campaign
Nigella Lawson’s microwave, pork pies on pint glasses, and the tweets that shattered food media