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Fantastic vegan tapas style restaurant with a great range of dishes. All the food was really tasty but the standout was the cauliflower. A good mix of meat substitute dishes and fresh vegetable dishes. A great cocktail list and some different non-alcoholic drinks. The waiter was superb. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Current food residence is BBQ - the pork bun was delicious, really good salad and smoked chicken wings. Sadly the fries were off the night we went and the corn wasn't anything special. Pals ordered the lamb "gyros" which was like a slab of lamb meatloaf in a bun, they said is was OK but wasn't as good as the pork. Great service and really good atmosphere. Short wine list and 5 Points beer on tap. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Broadway Market in London Fields, opened its doors in November 2017. A French bistro with a twist, Sans Pere Broadway Market has created a menu perfect for those with a sweet tooth, offering up a unique and vibrant selection of cocktails, desserts and specialist coffees. A menu of classic and seasonal desserts has been created by head pastry chef, Roberto Mele, who drew influence from his background at The Fat Duck and Alan Yau’s Park Chinois. Alongside savoury plates, the vibrant dessert menu features firm favourites such as creme brûlée and affogato, punctuated with exciting and experimental sweet options. Guests are invited to experience culinary delights such as the mandarin and olive oil mille-feuille with homemade lemon verbena ice-cream, a raspberry, milk chocolate and earl grey entremet or a vegan mint pana cotta with beetroot foam and chocolate soil. Innovative, French inspired cocktails are paired with each dessert.More
"MAP Maison is your home away from home! We offer something different; a chic afternoon tea and lunch spot spot during the day and a buzzing cocktail bar from early evening until late night. Taking inspiration from all over the world, bringing together an eclectic mix of food and experimental cocktails. "More
Welcome to Faulkners. We look forward to serving you soon!
THE EARLY YEARS FOR FAULKNERS In 1981 a small restaurant called Seashells opened in East London. It soon became the best Fish and Chips in Town attracting locals and tourist from all around the world. The founder John Faulkner named the restaurant after himself and remained with the company until he retired. He sold his pride and joy to new owners and hoped that the traditional British comfort food will continue to feed many for years to come.More
We want to be a great local cafe restaurant, doing the simple things well. We have been in Hackney for years, so we know where the best brewers are and where the best coffee is roasted.
Our burger uses British beef that has been dry aged for at least 21 days.
Our pork comes from Dingley Dell, because when we visited the farm we were impressed with the effort they made to give the pigs a stress free life as well as caring for the wildlife on the land.
We use lots of grains: cancha corn from the Andes to give a nutty crunch, red and brown rice for flavour, red, black and white quinoa, toasted linseeds (all gluten free) and smokey warm freekah.
We always make sure there are vegan and vegetarian dishes on the menu and where possible we have gluten free options, including our meatballs.