Shoreditch

Simply Fish Boxpark Shoreditch - Front Entrance, Night

Review – Simply Fish [Shoreditch]

Rating Appeals To Seafood food seers with a social/environmental conscience and a discerning palette Shoreditch people/those in The Boxpark looking for something a little healthier, and a little more natural than the nearby geographical competition People who like Thai food. They
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Pop-up cheese heaven appears in Shoreditch

This friendly and inviting pop-up shop is packed to the rafters with cheese, showcasing lines from in and outside of the UK and guiding visitors on the best flavour pairings for each of their little gems. From now until 26th October, you can find yourself a little piece of cheese
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White Lyan Hoxton - White Horse shopfront

Review – White Lyan [Hoxton]

Appeals To Chemists and/or anyone with an enthusiasm for chemistry, or the mixological take on Breaking Bad Well healed and capitalised cocktail fiends, fans and believers of every kind Any of you pioneering types who enjoy something experiencing something rather different and
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Profile – Stuart Langley [Disappearing Dining Club]

Jack speaks with Stuart Langley, head honcho and bearded brains behind  The Disappearing Dining Club, a supper club that combines pop up dining, party planning and (sometimes) throws in a little urban exploration for good measure. One of their mottos?
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Outside of Quintessentially Supper Club at The Beagle

Review – Quintessentially’s Supper Club Party ROUND #2 [Hoxton, London]

Editor’s Note: This event was held at The Beagle, Hoxton [397-400 Geffrye Street] – but as we understand it, like many other such food experiences, Quintessentially’s Supper Club tends to move from place to place and has no specific home location. So this
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The Three Crowns [Old Street]

My experience of East London is quite limited, as I’ve only ever been there a handful of times for nights out, but suffice to say there’s very few other places like it in London. This is why, when Jack asked me to join him to the re-opening of The Three Crowns in Old Street,
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Review – Disappearing Dining Club – Dinner Dance [Shoreditch]

In a nutshell:  A well populated and lively mingling experience for clubbers who want to a sample a series of many courses (which make up a pretty substantial meal) before they get to the dancing. Reappearing Dancing Club The Disappearing Dining Club’s Dinner Dance is a
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Review – Disappearing Dining Club, Town House, Shoreditch

Intimate dining in a historical setting with an exclusive, ‘supper club’ feel. Suits talkative, outgoing types who like to talk with strangers, and people who like to eat in rather unusual surroundings. I’ve never been to a pop-up restaurant before, despite the
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