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Abd el Wahab, Belgravia: Restaurant review

Lebanese restaurant Abd el Wahab brings middle eastern feasting and a solid wine list to Belgravia. Here's why you should visit

London's best Middle Eastern restaurants

Craving the punchy flavours and vibrancy of food from the Middle East and the Levant? These brilliant restaurants all do a fine job of representing the region

Make Sabrina Ghayour's fig, fresh pecorino and walnut salad

Sabrina Ghayour shares her recipe for a Middle Eastern-influenced salad that takes minutes to throw together, taken from her new book, Sirocco

Flavour of the Week: Jago

Head chef Louis Solley pays tribute to his East London Jewish roots with a menu full of Ashkenazi and Middle Eastern small plates.

Make Berber & Q's buttermilk chicken shish kebab

Fatty thigh meat lends itself perfectly to this flamed buttermilk chicken shish. Pair your charred veg and spiced chicken with a warm, floury flatbread for the ultimate Middle Eastern-inspired main

Bubala, Spitalfields: restaurant review

Starting out its life as a series of supper clubs, Bubala's first brick and mortar premises on Commercial Street is a haven for Middle Eastern-inspired vegetarian eats

Beyond sauerkraut: the renaissance of Eastern European cuisine

Ditch images of dense dumplings and swap the stodge for something much more refined, because, we find, Eastern European cuisine is having its moment

Berenjak, Soho: restaurant review

There's no such thing as style over substance at Berenjak. Expect Iranian-inspired kababs, Middle-Eastern mazeh and baklava ice cream sandwiches, served up in a beautiful setting on Soho's Romilly Street

Nandine at Spike & Earl: pop-up review

This week we head to Camberwell to put Nandine's Spike + Earl kitchen takeover to the test. Expect sleepy falafels (no, we're not talking about our post-lunch selves), buttery battered artichokes and tipples that... er, Twinkle

London Larder: Aphrodite's pomegranate ketchup

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, Aphrodite's steps up to the plate with pomegranate ketchup