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Food & Drink

Louise Stapley made it her mission to find out what lunchtime had to offer.

 

Bill Granger says: "Courgette fritters are a favourite in our house because they’re so versatile - just don’t forget to squeeze the water out of the courgettes for much better fritters that won’t fall apart in the pan."

 

Sharpen up your knife skills at The Quality Chop House this summer. The acclaimed Farringdon Road restaurant is running butchery classes twice a month. There are two types of class: general butchery skills and animal-focused workshops.

 

Soggy chips and questionably-sourced fish: not in EC1, thanks. United Chip is a new chippie on Clerkenwell Road getting rave reviews from the critics, and it’s not hard to see why.

 

It’s Wednesday, it’s April, it’s mid-afternoon, and I’m cajoling the summer into an early appearance with two coal- filled “chimneys” sending smoke signals to the gods, as I prepare for some outdoor cooking.

 

Cult street food stall Breddos Tacos found a permanent home in Clerkenwell just over a year ago, and it’s already become a rm favourite in the neighbourhood. Below, they share a meaty recipe so you can recreate the taqueria experience in the comfort of your own home...

 

Berber & Q
Can’t get enough of Berber & Q’s Shawarma Bar’s bold, smoky flavours? Create a space on your bookshelf for the Berber & Q cookbook, out in May.

 

Following the Chinese New Year celebrations in February, Mark Hix shares his top Chinese restaurants in and around Clerkenwell.

 

Plenty of culinary concepts born in EC1 quickly expand across London.

 

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