Set amongst the likes of Bwdiful, The Dough Thrower and Pettigrew Bakery, Nook is the latest addition to Victoria Park's ever-growing family of foodie havens. And while getting to this place without a few detours may seem like a challenge, turning up here with anything but an empty stomach would be a big mistake.
Nook (which is defined as a corner or recess, offering shelter) is a small eatery, filled with a few rustic wooden tables, and with six natural wine taps adorning the walls. The menu is made up of a selection of carefully curated small plates, which let the ingredients do the talking. While the menu changes weekly to reflect seasonal trends, currently on offer are dishes such as crispy enoki with runner beans, miso and sesame, and Welsh black pichana with cavalo nero and hazelnut.
Sharing plates they may be, but we say let the sharpest elbows win.