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Jake Missing

London Senior Staff Writer

Jake has been a Londoner all his life. Apart from the time he fell asleep on the Metropolitan Line and ended up somewhere called Amersham. It’s very green there. When he isn’t eating out he’s waiting for his stomach to rumble. When he isn’t doing that he’s at the pub. He lives a humble and simple life in Hackney, with his 4D TV and Ocado-delivered San Pellegrino.

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Ant House

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Ant House

Ant House is a casual Vietnamese restaurant on the edge of Shoreditch making crusty and delicious bánh mì as well a pho, sizzling plates, and more.

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India Club

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India Club

The India Club is over half a century old and still going strong. Expect decent food, a bustling atmosphere, and lots of BYOBers.

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Koya Ko

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Koya Ko

Koya’s third location is a little space just off of Broadway Market and is perfect for a tasty breakfast or a quick meal.

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Marugame Udon

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Marugame Udon

Marugame Udon is a Japanese udon chain offering low-cost handmade noodles perfect for a quick meal.

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Catalyst Coffee Roasters + Cafe

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Catalyst Coffee Roasters + Cafe

Catalyst is a coffee roasters and café making brilliant and flavour-packed Greek-influenced food.

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Tarim Uyghur Restaurant

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Tarim Uyghur Restaurant

Tarim is from the same people who run Dilara and is a great option for big plate chicken or lamb skewers around Holborn.

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6 London Restaurants Serving Lunar New Year Specials

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6 London Restaurants Serving Lunar New Ye…

Celebrate the Year of the Tiger while supporting some of London’s best restaurants.

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Where To Eat With Your Dog

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Where To Eat With Your Dog

Not every restaurant in London is welcoming to your four legged friend. This is a guide to the restaurants that are.

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Wong Kei

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Wong Kei

Wong Kei is a Chinatown and London landmark that’s always there when you need a bowl of wonton soup or a plate of rice and ho-fun. Just bring cash.

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Kiln

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Kiln

Kiln doesn't do wishy-washy takes on Thai food. It's brilliant, high-octane, hot stuff—especially when you're in front of open flames at the bar.

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Quo Vadis

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Quo Vadis

Quo Vadis is a timeless Soho institution that matches elegance and comfort with a light touch and enormous amounts of cream.

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12 Warming Dishes Perfect For Big Coat Season

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12 Warming Dishes Perfect For Big Coat Se…

Massive pies, comforting noodle soups, gooey raclette, and other things to remind you why winter coming isn’t so bad after all.

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