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may remember earlier this year when we brought you news of the brains behind Eat 17 and Bacon Jam opening up a deli-come-restaurant-come-burgerjoint on Chatsworth Road. Well it’s now all open, located in a former pool hall in a building that dates back to 1914.

The restaurant, located on the first floor has a glamorous vintage feel to the decor, with a modern menu and plans for a cinema afoot. We kicked off with the light smoked chicken noodles, crispy skin and enoki, packed with meaty flavours and the juicy Scallops, coronation cauliflower, onions and pomegranate. At £7 for three huge scallops, it’s bloody good value.

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We followed up with the Pork burger, chorizo jam, aged manchego and spinach served with double cooked chips, seasoned so well they were crack-like addictive. The tender chargrilled lamb rump, red pepper ketchup, yoghurt & pistachio, coriander & radish salad didn’t disappoint either.

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We could only fit one dessert in (FAIL) so we went for the Homemade Cookie Dough ice-cream (WIN). The meal was faultless, the surrounds are swish and it’s great value for money. We’ll be doing a lot more eating at Eat 17, that’s for sure!

64-66 Brooksby’s Walk, Homerton, London, E9 6DA