Sarnies to your door
There are some days when leaving the office for a lunchbreak is just impossible. So, for the convenience of the capital’s hungry and overworked, Earl of Sandwich, the hot sarnie company, has just launched a delivery service. There is a range of 13 options, including the The Original 1762, with roast beef, cheddar cheese and horseradish, plus a host of other combinations, including vegetarian, jerk chicken, and meatballs. They are all made with artisan bread and priced at £4.75. Put in your order by email, or phone. Yum!
Cider gets spicy
The makers of Magners cider have concocted three indulgent new brews, putting a Christmassy twist on its original and pear varieties. Its pear and ginger, spiced apple and honey, and spiced apple and rhubarb flavours are now on shelves at major supermarkets for £2.25. They are also stocked in most pubs.
Try a night market
Foodies, there’s a very good reason to rug up and brave the cold this month: the guys behind Dalston Roof Market have just launched The Long Table – London’s first night food market, hidden at the end of Abbot Street, Dalston. Expect top-notch street grub from food houses Numo Mendes, Hawksmoor and more; a fully stocked bar; and live music every Friday,
6pm-midnight until December 16.