Unofficial, highly opinionated information and what to eat and drink in the Big Smoke
Lawsuits, parody menus, and James Corden.
Outstanding pop-ups, a lack of chaotic evil eating in a food hall, and a hidden gem of a summer bar
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?
Jamaican and Nigerian soups, peerless fish and chips, outstanding Ethiopian stews, and more
Some rich and boozy, some light and tangy, some featuring actual mince
Let the signs of the Zodiac be the guide to dining out in London.
Classic, aromatic pho, barbecued lemongrass pork, crispy chilli squid — and more
From 100 year-old pie (and mash) to works of modern pastry art
Sichuan and Hubei Chinese specialities, a vegan iteration of some of London’s best Jamaican cooking, a quality neighbourhood Italian, and more
Where to go for a slice of la dolce vita in the capital
Michelin’s thanks-for-playing award actually has ... A ton of brilliant restaurants
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
Popeyes being good, Salt Bae discourse, and the hype surrounding Sessions Arts Club
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
The places permanently closed during the COVID-19 pandemic
The south east London neighbourhood is home to outstanding Jamaican jerk, deft Korean cooking, and a coveted Igbo speciality
From mayonnaise to MSG, shallot sauce to shito
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