5 Things You Need to Eat in London This WeekBy Mayola Fernandes
Looking for some delicious food to eat in London this week? You’re in luck. London is home to some of the best restaurants around the world. From tasty classics to the latest game-changers, we’ve got you covered on what to eat in London this week:
What: Unity Diner have launched three brand new items on their menu. The Moving Mountains Hot Dogs come in three styles: The Classic New York Dog, The Surf n’ Turf Dog and The Supreme Dog.
The Lowdown: If you’re looking for vegan food to eat in London this week, look no further. Unity diner is a 100% vegan and non-profit diner & bar in the thriving location of Hoxton, London. Their mission is to serve up incredible vegan comfort food that’s made with love and brings about positive change for animals and the planet.
Price: £10 – £13
Where: 5 Hoxton Market, London, N1 6HG
What: Indian Accent are introducing a new express lunch menu which features a main course and five accompaniments served every day from 12pm-2:30pm.
The Lowdown: The high-end restaurant based in Mayfair offers a cutting-edge culinary experience like no other. Some of the best Indian food to eat in London; they serve an array of seasonal, inventive Indian dishes and have recently added an express lunch option to their menu. Whether you are seeking a lavish lunch, an after-work bite, or a leisurely dinner – they’ve got you covered. Their menu features a variety of imaginative dishes made with seasonal and global ingredients which illuminate the bold flavours of India. Starters include; summer asparagus, raw mango prawns and chilli pork ribs. Showcasing exciting summer flavours mains include Kerala seafood stew, pink pepper tadka and roast beet, goat’s cheese raita, pistachio chikki.
Price: £24 per person including a main course and five accompaniments, with the choice to add dessert for £5.
Where: 16 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4HW
What: SugoiJPN is a food truck in Bethnal Green where they are serving brand new and trend worthy NoriTaco’s.
The Lowdown: Husband and wife team, Felipe Preece and Veronica Silva, serve their fun and unique NoriTacos in the courtyard of Mother Kelly’s in Bethnal Green. A NoriTaco is a crispy seaweed tempura shell shaped like a taco and packed with Japanese-Latin fusion fillings and sushi rice which took over a year to develop. They come in seven different varieties including: Señor Crab (tempura fried soft shell crab, lamb lettuce, sesame seeds, aonori, chive, coriander, shichimi togarashi and spicy mayo), Chapulín (chicken teriyaki, mixed vegetables, sour cream and sesame seeds) and Chingón (tuna, salmon, pico e gallo (tomato, red onion, coriander and lime).
Price: Start from £4.80
Where: SugoiJPN Food Truck, Mother Kelly’s Courtyard, 251 Paradise Row, Bethnal Green, E2 9LE
Photo Credit: 45 Jermyn St. Instagram
What: Summer dining starts at 45 Jermyn St. where they are offering a new raw menu and reimagined alcoholic ice cream floats, perfect for enjoying on the terrace at the St James’s hotspot.
The Lowdown: They are open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner where they will be serving dishes from their season inspired menu of familiar favourites and delicious surprises. Some of the best food to eat in London; feast on dishes such as Raw Cornish Mackerel and Caviar Tacos or River Yealm Oysters alongside vibrant Vegetable Crudités and Dip. Other raw delights they are offering include fresh Yellowfin Tuna Poke with a fragrant Stem Ginger Dressing and crisp Tobikko and Raw Orkney Scallops with Chilled Tomato Consommé and Anchovy.
Where: St. James’s, London SW1Y 6JD
What: Having launched in April, ‘Tastemakers’ is back for its second outing on 12th June at Nobu Berkeley ST.
The Lowdown: This is an intimate event where members of the public will be sat in the gorgeous Lounge Bar and invited to become food critics for the evening. They will taste-test five courses which each comprise two versions to go head-to-head, sharing a base ingredient, such as ribeye or king crab, but differ in terms of taste, presentation and combinations of ingredients. Nobu chefs will present each dish and interact with guests to get their direct feedback. There’ll be score card on hand so they can rate each dish out of 10, with the highest scoring making the cut on to July’s Omakase menu. These dishes are never-before-tried so very much an exclusive experience, a chance to get under the skin of Nobu and be part of the inner circle.
Where: 15 Berkeley St, Mayfair, London W1J 8DY