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Three courses of Food News, By Katy Salter

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The three Moro cookbooks have become modern-day classics. Now owners Sam and Sam Clark look set to repeat the trick with Morito (Ebury Press; £26) – published this month. The Post has had a sneak peek and can confirm the book is a beauty. As well as easy-to-follow recipes for popular dishes from the tapas bar like Lamb chops Mechoui and Beetroot Borani, there are loads of striking photographs of Exmouth Market and Clerkenwell. Look out for a recipe from Morito in our next issue.
www.morito.co.uk

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Bonnie Gull has received rave reviews since opening in Fitzrovia. So we're chuffed that its second location is on Exmouth Market – in the former Bincho Yakitori site. Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack has a more casual atmosphere than the W1 restaurant: a "1960s British seaside café feel," according to MD and co-founder Alex Hunter. Lobster, crab and fish finger rolls will all be available to eat in or take away, while eat-in mains include newspaper-baked Cornish mackerel and diver scallops with Yorkshire chorizo. Relive blustery days on the seafront by finishing with a house-made 'Whippy' ice cream or bag of candy floss for dessert.
www.bonniegullseafoodcafe.com

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Wandering down Amwell Street, with its cluster of independent shops and designers, is one of the area's simplest pleasures. Charlotte's Fine Foods is a recent addition to the line-up, having opened at no. 37 earlier this year. Now owner Charlotte Bowers is taking the store online as well, with the launch of her website planned for mid-May. In the Amwell Street store you'll find treats like bread and pastries from Flour Power City Bakery in Bermondsey, charcuterie from London-based Cannon and Cannon, and teas from Tea Studio, based in Tottenham.
www.charlottesfinefoods.com

 

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