Stoke Newington bar and restaurant listings

I live very close to Stoke Newington and have been to most places, I have only included places I have been to in the last 6 months as places change so regularly. You can view a map of all the places listed at the bottom of the page.

Black Pig and White Pearls, 61 Stoke Newington High Street, N16 8EL
Pop up restaurant gone permanent. Great quality tapas in minimal trendy decor. Opened in 2012 and has recently (Nov 12) started doing brunch at the weekends.  Has private room downstairs and also still hosts pop ups.
Talk Rating: 4/5

Blue Legume, 101 Stoke Newington Church Street  London, N16 0UD
An upmarket cafe which is always packed unless you go at 3.30 on a Monday. great favourite of the yummy mummies and the trendies. Good brunch food with occasional evening services. More expsive than cafe but the cooking and ingredients reflect it.

Talk Rating: 4/5


Cafe Z, 58 Stoke Newington High Street  London N16 7PB
Very busy cafe serving english and turkish breakfasts and lunces with a few exceptions. The english is a step up from a greasy caf but not elevated to the blue legume status. The best dishes are the Turkish ones which are very tasty and healthy. Gets very busy at the weekends.

Talk Rating: 5/5


Coach and Horses, 178 Stoke Newington High Street  London N16 7JL
I've been going here for 15 years and although not my favourite pub, has good Thai food and relxing atmosphere, with effcient staff and buzzy atmosphere. Can be hard to get a table at the weekend though.

Talk Rating: 5/5


Daniel Defoe, 102 Stoke Newington Church Street  London, N16 0LA
This was refurbed a couple of years ago and lost some of its charm. Very clean pub with nice garden, but   pretty average food, not bad for a quick pint but not a destination pub.
Talk Rating: 5/5


Datte Fuco, 10 Stoke Newington Church Street, London
Authentic roman pizza, bought by the weight. My Italian friends agree this is the best Italian pizza in the area and there are quite a few to choose from.  Predominantly takeaway but also  has a few tables and also has a license.

Talk Rating: 5/5


Homa, 71-73 Stoke Newington Church Street London
Smart Italian, brasserie/restaurant/deli. Popular place for brunch.  Smart deco and good ambiance both inside and out.  One of the more expensive brunch places, but has some quality ingrediants like the stokie smoked salmon.

Talk Rating: 5/5


Jolly Butchers Cider and Ale House, 204 Stoke Newington High Street, N16 7HU
It is all about the beers in this no nonsense boozer, good simple food with lots of tables and friendly staff. No music doesn't dampen the lively atmosphere.

Talk Rating: 5/5


Oui Madame, 182 Stoke Newington Rd, London, N16 7UY
A french bistro with great well cooked food. They offer a daily changing set menu and also sides/sharing plates. Busy and atmospheric without being too noisy.

Talk Rating: 4/5


Rasa Travencore, 55 Stoke Newington Church Street London N16 OAR

In the middle of church street in resplendent pink, it is very easy to spot. The food is always tasty and reasonably priced and more original that most curry houses.  Service is usually good as is the ambiance, expect at weekends when large groups expose the very poor acoustics.  

Talk Rating: 3-5/5


White Hart, 69 Stoke Newington High St N16 8E
People mainly come here for the beer garden or the football, not that is a bad pub just not that cozy. Also has food and a pool table with a room upstairs available for hire.

Talk Rating:4/5


Yum Yum, 187 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16 0LH

A vast Thai restaurant that has been in Stokey forever, which has quite a few different areas some with tabled others with more authentic seating.  The décor is smart and the food and cocktails can usually be of high quality, but due to the size can suffer at busy times. Weekends can be quite rowdy.
Talk Rating: 4/5 can be worse at weekends

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