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Authentic Afghan food prepared by Afghans in a simple setting. Not a bad spot to visit after a tipple at 69 Colebroke Row.
A little restaurant that serves Afghani food. Tip: Chicken Yogurt is delicious.
Compact dining room with shared tables and a menu of homemade bread, warming stews and rice dishes. Good option if you want to try something different and not expensive.
Overlooking Islington Green, Afghan Kitchen is a long-serving local favourite that’s never needed to change its style. The two-floor premises are bright, tidy and compact, with lots of shared tables and a menu of equally straightforward home cooking – think proper breads, hearty, warming stews and…
“Not really a restaurant but more of a take away sushi place, however if you book or if you're lucky you can get one of the 6 stools the have. This is the best sushi in the area and the best value for the money I found in London.”
“Salads, but not as you know them, at Ottolenghi, the original outpost of the cookbook superstar.”
“Screen on the Green is a single-screen theatre overlooking Islington Green which offers a distinctive movie going experience and is more than a century old. Its neon-lit exterior and retro marquee make it hard to miss, and inside there’s a licensed bar for a pre-movie tipple.”
“Bellanger is the Islington outpost of the Corbin & King Empire, owners of The Wolseley, Brasserie Zédel, Fischers (Marylebone - also highly recommended) overlooking the green. Bellanger feels to me like a delightful mix of The Delaunay (European old-school glitz pulled off with Manhattan chic) and the gloriously eccentric Fischer’s (schnitzel, würstchen and Viennese konditorei). Inspired by Alsatian brasseries of Paris’ past, it oozes French charm with a certain German feel in the mix. The long mirrored bar is surrounded by booths, banquettes and tables with an alfresco eating area at the front. I had yummy eggs Benedict. Great bread and a glass of Pinot. There were plenty more tempting options including eggs Portobello, eggs Arlington, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, croque Monsieur and croque Madame – (with a fried egg), chicken schnitzel sandwich, terrine of Dorset crab with avocado, tomato and sourdough and of course, the in-vogue avocado and poached egg. We don't eat meat, but other people seemed to be enjoying steak tartare and a sausage dish with sauerkraut. My partner had cheese and parsley-stuffed ravioli baked in a skillet with yet more cheese and parsley — ie, terrific fun, but nothing that will make zipping up one’s jeans easier. From a menu focused on the Alsatian roots of the brasserie, there are tartes flambées and choucroute, schnitzels and Strasbourg saucisses. It's all warming and gorgeous and to be best enjoyed while wearing an elasticated waist ”