What I Ate Today And Why

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  • Everything at Sosharu is picture perfect...

    Everything at Sosharu is picture perfect...

Sosharu, London

‘Drink Sake, Stay Soba’, proclaims the neon sign in the cocktail bar in the basement of Sosharu, superchef Jason Atherton’s latest venture. And so my friend and I do, starting off one of the most delicious meals I’ve had recently with a small glass of…

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  • Four different types of dough to choose from....

    Four different types of dough to choose from....

  • Mmmm...meats and cheeses!

    Mmmm...meats and cheeses!

  • The extraordinary charcoal pizza...

    The extraordinary charcoal pizza...

  • Gluten free base, spicy nduja sausage on top

    Gluten free base, spicy nduja sausage on top

  • Mamma Mia!

    Mamma Mia!

  • Inside that crust is melty, warm, Nutella...

    Inside that crust is melty, warm, Nutella...

Zia Lucia, London

I’m staring in awe at what looks like a pizza that’s been left in the oven too long; it has a jet-black, charred-looking base, offset by the vibrantly-coloured veggies on top. Is it actually edible? Apparently, yes; new pizzeria Zia Lucia, on Holloway Road, offers…

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  • Scallops, mussels, mackerel, Bucky Bombs and even a bit of thumb wrestling...

    Scallops, mussels, mackerel, Bucky Bombs and even a bit of thumb wrestling...

Mussel Men, Dalston: Dinner

Tucked away at the less fashionable end of Kingsland Road is former pop-up Mussel Men; I’m here to try its new summer menu, and am swiftly seduced by the fun surroundings. Waiting staff sport Breton-striped tops, Manga-like murals of giant squid adorn the walls, and…

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