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been big fans of The Good Egg since we first discovered it at a pop up at Cortado Cafe in January 2014. Well now its FINALLY opened a permanent site on Stoke Newington Church street which is very good news indeed. We loved The Good Egg pop up for its brunch dishes such as shakshuka and the breakfast burrito but now its all grown up with a fully fledged dinner menu too.

We swung by to check it out and started with snacks of feta and preserved lemon, beets and dill, the Dak Dak salad, and, the winner of the bunch, reuben kromeski which were like pastrami nuggets. For the mains we had a rich bowl of Palestinian-spiced lamb and Za’tar buttermilk fried chicken served in pitta bread with salad, like a deluxe and very addictive chicken burger. Then there was an epic dessert of Challah bread and butter pudding. We’ve been waiting a long time for The Good Egg but its definitely been worth it.

For more of the best restaurants in Stoke Newington, check out our guide here.

93 Church Street, Stoke Newington, London, N16 0AS