London's Best Bites
We're all about good grub and have been chomping our way across the length and breadth of London to find you the city's best food. Do you know what you need, but don't know where to get it? Our collection of Edits is sure to send you in the right direction...
A traditional Italian pasta dish, pappardelle with ragù is one of the most homely and tasty dishes from the European foodies.
A dish of Middle-Eastern and North African descent, shakshuka makes a welcome brunch alternative.
Once a tasteless supermarket snack, the Scotch egg has since found its way onto the menus of London’s finest eateries.
Deep-fried balls of creamy risotto: what more could you want in a snack? Check out our top three places to get these tasty morsels.
Hailing from Nepal, this steamed dumpling is a staple in Nepalese dining.
A staple in the British diet, Fish & Chips has come a long way since the soggy, grease-dripping days.
Traditionally served in a thick meat or fish stock, this staple Japanese dish comes laden with noodles and other fresh toppings such as sliced pork, seaweed and soft-boiled eggs.
We are suckers for pancakes. Thin, fat, sweet or savoury, pancakes are a treat we're always in the mood for.
A British ritual, afternoon tea is a sophisticated affair where tea is served with bite-sized sandwiches and cakes.
The portion of flesh taken from the central rib of a cow, rib eye steak is easily the most flavoursome part of the animal.
Rubbed onto raw meat or fish, this spicy seasoning permeates the flesh for extra flavour. We love jerk chicken and here are the best places to get it.
Slow cook a shoulder of pork, delicately pull it from the bone and coat it in spices and a sweet, tangy BBQ sauce. Then cram it into a sweet or savoury bun.