Restaurants in Dalston
You're in Dalston - chances are you're out drinking, dancing and up to all sorts of no-good. Whatever the occasion, you'll need some foodie treats to keep you standing as you party on into the night. We are once again on hand to give you the low down on the best restaurants in Dalston - you'll thank us later. We've put together list of some of the top Dalston restaurants, as well as some of the best restaurants near Dalston (we don't want you left in the lurch now, do we?). Book online now to secure a table at some of our recommended restaurants in London and enjoy some of the best cuisine from across the world. Bon Appétit!
With super chef Stevie Parle behind the wheel, you can guarantee Rotorino is going to be a delicious dining affair in Dalston. The cosy spot on the Kingsland Road serves authentic and utterly delicious Italian plates, from freshly made pasta through to wood-fired fish dishes.
Occupying an enviable space upon the ever-vibrant Regent's Canal, The Proud Archivist is a cool addition to the area's cafe and bar scene, offering a multi-purpose space that has come to be loved by many in the region. Serving craft beer, mezze plates and larger dishes, as well as coffee and smaller bites over a two-tiered space, The Proud Archivist is a good-lookin' cafe and already one of our favourite restaurants in Dalston.
If you fancy munching on some Italian-inspired dishes on an East London rooftop - you've come to the right place. Coppa is one of the best restaurants near Dalston to wile away a sunny afternoon over a stone-baked pizza and a selection of Antipasti. The terrace has been dressed to the nines in the style of an Italian-fairytale-beach holiday, full of brightly coloured capannas and deck chairs.
Sister bar to the effortlessly stylish Dalston Superstore, Voodoo Ray's accompanies its stone baked pizza with a Frozen Margharita and a selection of craft beers from across the country - should you find yourself feeling a lil' bit parched. Pizzas are baked using the most sought-after ingredients: Caputto flour is used for the dough, Italian plum tomatoes for the Napoli sauce and Fior di Latte Mozzarella. Looks good, right? Easily one of the best restaurants in Dalston for good food, good beer and even better cocktails - don't miss out.
The Scolt Head is first and foremost a pub that serves food; ticking all of the boxes of a country pub, The Scolt Head offers warmth, comfort and good conversation - with the added bonus of a local tube stop. The menu at this restaurant in Dalston is locally sourced, and excels in its commitment to serve seasonal produce from small, independent suppliers. If that wasn't enough - there is a pub dog, a coal fire and a shelf full of Penguin classics to keep you occupied.