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Where to eat in the capital right now
Eater editors and writers look forward into another uncertain year
Outstanding pop-ups, a lack of chaotic evil eating in a food hall, and a hidden gem of a summer bar
According to Eater London’s year-end committee
Tasteless cultural appropriation, misdirected focus on national cuisines, and menus still being explained
Popeyes being good, Salt Bae discourse, and the hype surrounding Sessions Arts Club
Eater writers share their meal highlights from a week of eating
"I don’t think one can underestimate the collective toll the past 16 months has had on those within the industry"
"The most important thing we’ve learned is to plan for the worst and hope for the best."
The pandemic and the end of the Brexit transition saw many restaurant workers leave London — and now the restaurants need them more than ever
Ahead of reopening dining rooms, London’s restaurants just hope they never have to close again
"The silence on rent is challenging. It’s the biggest issue that seems to just be ignored."
Meal kits were a means of survival in 2020. If restaurants reopen in summer 2021, they could take on new meaning — or fade away as fast as they arrived
Eater editors and writers look forward into a very uncertain year
The restaurants that Eater London’s staff, contributors, and friends ordered from time and again
The current London restaurant coronavirus rent crisis, explained
Frying pan pizzas and pasta kits will need staying power to avoid being a flash in the pan
Historically a space of intimacy and rebellion, some of the most invigorating cooking and cultural conversation in the city takes place at the supper club table
Eater writers share their meal highlights from a week eating out