Serving up some of the juiciest burgers in E17, this welcoming neighbourhood boozer is known for its late-night lock-ins, hearty Sunday roasts and summer BBQs. Decked out with exposed brickwork, cosy fairy lights and quirky knick-knacks, it's the perfect place for a relaxed date night or intimate private party.
Restaurant Guide To Walthamstow
From teeny tiny wine bars to cosy boozers and award-winning pizzerias, Walthamstow's ever-burgeoning food scene is as diverse as it is exciting. Whether you're looking for a quick grab and go lunch, a romantic date night or for the perfect birthday bash venue, we've rounded up the slickest spots in this north east London neighbourhood. So, what are you waiting for? Knives and forks at the ready as you dig into our guide to Walthamstow's very best restaurants. Bon appetit.
Arguably one of the quirkiest restaurants in London, Supperclub.tube is serving up mouth-watering cuisine in a refurbished 1960s tube carriage. Surrounded by the original seats, signs and windows, diners can feast on a Columbian-inspired six-course tasting menu courtesy of head chef Beatriz Maldonado Carreño.
Seen more as a community hub than your bog-standard boozer, The Dog and Duck boasts a jam-packed calendar of events and its very own cinema area for cosy film nights and live-sports fixtures. And to keep those stomach rumbles at bay? There's a lip-smacking menu of sourdough pizzas and classic bar snacks.
Head over to Uplands Business Park where this excellent London craft brewery is sorting you out with some of the best street food in Walthamstow. Alongside their top-notch offering of delicious pints and cocktails, there's a whole load of great vendors on hand to feed those hunger pangs.
Truman's Social Club is an all-new bar in Walthamstow. Starting off as a large beer garden with fantastic street food, it hopes to expand in the near future to include an on-site brewery, taproom, marketplace, artist studios and a live music venue, becoming one of the area's top destinations.
Boasting a 100% plant-based Indian-inspired menu, SpiceBox has built something of a cult following since it opened its doors on Hoe Street in 2018. Head here to feast on jackfruit jalfrezi, chick'n tikka and tarka dahl, or grab a takeaway to enjoy in your PJs back at home (we won't judge, promise).
The third venue from pizza aficionados Yard Sale Pizza, this funky retro-style spot is buzzing from midday 'til late. Serving up a small (but perfectly formed) menu of twice-fermented slices, toppings include Nduja sausage, garlic roasted aubergines and plant-based THIS™ Isn't Chicken Nuggets.
Part of Walthamstow's hugely popular Wildcard Brewery, this bar is known for its impressive selection of craft ales and roster of live music events, pop-up festivals and sports screenings. Located in the heart of Ravenswood Industrial Estate, seek out this spot for freshly made thin and crispy pizzas.
This teeny-tiny wine bar is the stuff of date-night dreams. Serving a carefully curated menu of international and local sips, there is also a weekly-changing selection of seasonal small plates. Previous menu highlights have included spinach and ricotta fritters and prosciutto crudo served with sweet melon and a honey vinaigrette.