From Italy’s San Marco (external link) to Turkey’s The Garden House via Thailand’s Asia Villa (external link), the Caribbean’s Brown Eagle (external link), America’s Chicken Town (external link) and pizza parties from Lovenpresents (external link), whatever your cuisine of choice you will have your taste-buds tickled in Tottenham. Most of the restaurants here are family owned and run so you can guarantee a warm welcome as well as fabulous food.
Wildes Cheese (external link) - the capitals only artisan cheesemaker and officially voted London’s favourite cheese can be found at Tottenham Green Market or you can buy direct from their North Tottenham dairy. They also run cheese making courses for you Wallace and Gromits out there.
Tottenham’s favourite baristas Craving Coffee (external link) are an independent cafe run by Tottenham locals. Alongside a 7-days a week cafe menu, every Thursday and Friday Craving Coffee host an evening of good food and drink and music. Each month there is a new resident street food seller serving up delicious small plates.
We have some great local pubs including the Antwerp Arms (external link), the community owned and run pub that recently won a CAMARA award, the Beehive (external link), the Elbow Room (external link) and the Coach and Horses amongst many others.
Tottenham’s is home to craft beer brewers, Beavertown Brewery (external link) and Redemption Brewery (external link) who both have Taprooms where you can sample their wares. Check their websites for upcoming dates.
New kid on the block is One Mile End Brewery (external link), a craft bewer that started out in Mile End, and have made Tottenham their home too.
Tottenham is also home to family run Jeffries Vintage Drinks (external link) who have been brewing their own drinks for over half a century.
For a food and drink guide to Tottenham visit the All in London website (external link).