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Flavour of the Week: Morito Hackney Road

Sam and Sam Clark add a new and sexy outpost on Hackney Road to the existing Exmouth Road favourite. Expect sharing plates and lots of sherry

The Duke of Richmond, Hackney: restaurant review

It might serve a French menu in a British boozer owned by a chef versed in Italian cooking, but there's no identity crisis at Tom Oldroyd's latest venture – just simple and frequently brilliant cooking

The Foodist: on Hackney council's disastrous new licensing policy

A controversial new licensing policy could spell disaster for Hackney's nightlife scene. It's time to get involved

Truman's, Hackney Wick: brewery review

The one-time biggest brewery in the world reopened in Hackney in 2013, and now its Fitzrovia taproom is bringing Truman's beer back to London pubs

Flavour of the Week: Number 90

A restaurant and bar in the middle of a canal-side multi-use arts space on an industrial estate in Hackney Wick, Number 90 sounds suspiciously like a Portlandia

The Laughing Heart, Hackney: restaurant review

With its focus on quirky natural wines and Tom Anglesea's ambitious but pared-down fine-dining fare, The Laughing Heart is a jewel in the crown of Hackney's food scene

Our/London vodka's recipe for hibiscus collins

Our/London's vodka may technically come from a Scandinavian company, but the spirit is still inspired by the character and larder of Hackney, where it's distilled. Here, it's served in a refreshing hibiscus collins cocktail

Flavour of the Week: Legs

Legs, Magnus Reid's restaurant on Hackney's Morning Lane, shows just how much mileage you can get out of a small room and a deft touch

Foodism 100: Best Food Market – the shortlist

The Best Food Market category, sponsored by Pic's Peanut Butter, shouts about the street food and farmers' markets doing good things in food

Make Cornerstone's potted shrimp crumpets

Buttery spiced shrimp top this toasted homemade crumpet to make the perfect dinner party starter. Made it at home or get yourself over to Hackney Wick to try it at Tom Brown's Cornerstone