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From Anthony Lyon (of Lyon’s in Crouch End) – this “multifaceted dining experience and community hub” (that's what the press release says) comprises a brasserie, wine bar, bottle shop, deli and events space. The eclectic menu is to be seasonally driven and with zero-waste in mind (from pork cheek and smoked ham hock terrine to stone bass tartare with truffle ponzu). All this, plus low-intervention wines, craft beers and a good selection of sake; opening in June 2021.

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Restaurant details

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230 Dalston Lane, London, E8 1LA

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