What they say:
Zala Levantine Grill is a new Middle Eastern eatery that's based in a unit next to Camden's popular street food market Kerb. The brainchild of the former head chef at R'amas Kitchen in Jerusalem, this new spot will serve up a variety of Middle Eastern dishes from a handful of countries across the Levant. Armed with a traditional Taboon oven, the chefs here will plate up dishes such as Levantine pizza - topped with seasoned meat and seafood - whole grilled fish and a handful of meze small plates.
What we say:
Tomer Niv is the mastermind behind this new spot. Though the venue will special in recreating traditional dishes and flavours, Niv certainly has a comprehensive understanding of British dining, having worked in famous restaurants like The Ledbury and the Michelin-starred Fat Duck. Now focusing on street food-style dining, all of his pittas and pizzas are served with a meze of dips and small plates. Make no mistake, going from a restaurant standard dining to serving food at a street market is no easy task, but we have a hunch chef Niv's going to find his feet with ease.