It’s something of a well-worn myth that eating out is always cripplingly expensive in London. Sure, dinner somewhere swanky in Soho or Shoreditch will set you back a fair few quid, but options for a relatively good-value meal still abound midweek.
And nowhere is this truer than at the varied dining options in our wider neighbourhood. So in this issue we thought it time we highlighted a roll call of places dishing up an attractive weekly offer; we also round up unpretentious cafes and BYOs that are ultra-reliable when it comes to value-for-money.
Elsewhere we explore the historic and still-blossoming thoroughfare that is Brecknock Road, chatting to the owners of pioneering vegan clothing store Third Estate, and a more recent addition, sourdough bakery Bread by Bike.
We also speak to Kieran Smyth, the bloke behind the hip new record shop Let It Roll on Kentish Town Road, about how he spent eight months transforming the former Squadron HQ clothing store.
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