Category Archives: Dalstronomy

Hix’n’Pix

Is everything old new again? Further to our last post, we received word that Mark Hix is opening up a restaurant called Tramshed in a former tram electricity station on Rivington Street in Shoreditch, just opposite Rivington Grill. Hix himself … Continue reading

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Fancy that!

The DLR was fortunate enough to be taken for dinner the other day, and chose A Little Of What You Fancy in Dalston as the venue. If someone else is paying for dinner, thought we, then we’re not going to … Continue reading

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Bake off!

What is all this kafuffle about a patch of south Chinese sea we literally had to Google-map? Are we not ignoring martial manoeuvres closer to home? The DLR dispatched its war correspondent to London Fields, where events are hotting up … Continue reading

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Shanghaied in Dalston

The DLR would like to apologise to Dalston. We have been unfaithful. We write this with shame on our faces and guilt in our hearts. Ever since we discovered Lao di Fang/Gourmet San on Bethnal Green Road, we have dedicated … Continue reading

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Dalstronomy

The DLR has its finger on the pulse. For instance, we heard that a new, cool restaurant-cum-bar opened up on the Kingsland Road and that all the kids were going there, sporting moustaches and sleeveless T-shirts. So, two years later, … Continue reading

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