Maeve’s Kitchen opens – Lower Clapton Road benjamin 17 October 2013 Clapton, Food & drink We’ll be opening our doors to the public on Thursday 24th October at 181 Lower Clapton Road www.facebook.com/maeveskitchen www.maeveskitchen.com 6 Comments ewebber 18 October 2013, 12:25 pm Great stuff, welcome @maeveskitchen can you tell us more? maeveskitchen 21 October 2013, 4:42 pm Hi @ewebber,Sorry for the delay in getting back to you all – it’s been a busy few weeks! We’re opening this Thursday 24th through to Sunday and then the same again the following week. Our menu will change on a regular basis but always consist of four stews/one-pot dishes. This weeks sample menu is as follows: – Cous cous aux sept legume with harrisa- Duck Confit- Braised Beef with red wine, bacon and mushroom- Cod ‘Livornese’ If you’d like to book a table please email firstname.lastname@example.org Look forward to meeting a few of you. ewebber 21 October 2013, 8:21 pm Great stuff, thanks @maeveskitchen I will be in to visit soon benjamin 9 November 2013, 6:32 pm Review in the Daily Telegraph;photo: maeve’s kitchen janice 11 November 2013, 7:41 pm This does look yummy! Is it warm inside? benjamin 14 November 2013, 8:48 pm And here’s the Telegraph piece online;“The Clapton venue isn’t even remotely cool. It serves the type of one-pot dishes your grandmother made and has been established in honour of the author Maeve Binchy famed for her heartwarming yarns about rural life in Ireland. The decoration is homely rather than hip – farmhouse tables mismatched chairs gingham napkins and low lighting – and the brown-painted facade barely stands out amid the bookies and laundrettes of Lower Clapton Road.” Comments are now closed for this post.