300 Restaurants near Dalston Ln, London

We found 300 restaurants within 2 miles2 miles of Dalston Ln, London

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Pinch Wine Bar

Pinch Wine Bar

London, E8 1NT
0.1 miles
Originally conceived as a deli by the wonderfully named Veenus Vortex and a couple of foodie chums (including the ex-head chef at Spuntino), this lock-up st ... Find out more
The Three Compasses Dalston

The Three Compasses Dalston

London, E8 1NH
0.1 miles
The new landlords here also run Machine No.3, a sharp Homerton cocktail lounge, but this no-airs 19th-century taphouse is a markedly different proposition. ... Find out more
Casa Fofó

Casa Fofó

London, E8 2HS
0.1 miles
Casa Fofò is a small neighbourhood eatery in the heart of Hackney. We offer a set menu featuring seasonal ingredients sourced by local producers and ... Find out more
Casa Fofo

Casa Fofo

London, E8 2HS
0.1 miles
What we think
"Located down a nondescript street a short walk from Hackney Downs station, Casa Fofo is a tasting menu-only neighbourhood joint overseen by former Pidg ..." Read our full review
L'Entrepôt

L'Entrepôt

London, E8 1LA
0.2 miles
What we think
" Hipsters in the wilderness near Hackney Downs station now have a beacon in the shape of L’Entrepôt, a shabby-chic wine shop/bar/restaurant ..." Read our full review
Violet Cakes

Violet Cakes

London, E8 3ED
0.2 miles
What we think
" Leaving the legendary Chez Panisse restaurant for Dalston may sound like madness on the part of Claire Ptak, but California’s loss is Hackney’s gain ..." Read our full review
Wilton Way Café

Wilton Way Café

London, E8 1BG
0.2 miles
What we think
" Wilton Way Café packs a lot into a tiny space. It serves some of east London’s best coffee (brewed by Climpson & Sons on Broadway Market); Londo ..." Read our full review
Pidgin

Pidgin

London, E8 1BG
0.3 miles
What we think
"Cosy Pidgin, tealights aflicker, does one menu, a four-course set with wines – three red, three white, all bargainous – that changes weekly ..." Read our full review
The Spurstowe Arms

The Spurstowe Arms

London, E8 1AB
0.3 miles
What we think
" Wilton Way, north of London Fields, has emerged as the most gastronomic thoroughfare in hipper-than-thou Dalston. It has the lot: a cake shop, a pos ..." Read our full review
Little Duck The Picklery

Little Duck The Picklery

London, E8 3AH
0.3 miles
What we think
"In the same neighbourhood as stablemate Rawduck, comes this Dalston restaurant, wine bar and ferment shop. From founders Tom Hill, Clare Lattin and Ror ..." Read our full review
Silk Stockings

Silk Stockings

London, E8 3AH
0.3 miles
New neighbourhood lounge, Silk Stockings, should be a seamless fit with rapidly gentrifying Dalston Lane. The set-up is similar to Satan’s Whiskers, i ... Find out more
The Vincent

The Vincent

London, E8 1FA
0.3 miles
What we think
"This two-floor Hackney all-dayer is an urban oasis, with light pouring in through double-height windows and potted plants and piles of logs lying aroun ..." Read our full review
The Prince Arthur

The Prince Arthur

London, E8 3BH
0.3 miles
What we think
"Andy Bird has snapped up this handsome mid-Victorian Hackney hostelry, introducing subtle decorative tweaks and updates that make for a belti ..." Read our full review
Angelina

Angelina

London, E8 3AH
0.3 miles
What we think
"Angelina’s shtick of blending Japanese and Italian cuisine might seem like a novel one, but it’s been tried before – in 2003, Shumi i ..." Read our full review