DIRT. Wine list takeover

From our wine lists: ‘Let’s try a more imaginative way of picking the wine you’d like to drink with us. Instead of looking at its colour, look at its terroir. Would you like a wine from the mountains with a well balanced and refreshing acidity? Or maybe a bottle made from vines, deeply rooted in…

OFF-MENU with Josh

It’s often assumed that Middle Eastern or North African food is my favourite type of cuisine. But the food I like to cook is not always my preferred choice of food I want to eat. It’s maybe because I spend so much time cooking food from the Middle East, that when the opportunity comes to…

Berber & Q – ON TOUR

This year we decided to stop being so lazy and hiding behind our restaurant walls… There’s a whole world out there, and we’d like to take the Berber & Q circus to all corners of it. We’re trekking around the UK this summer for various shindigs, it’d be great to see some of you Berberians…

Ten Things From Tel AvivBefore team Berber & Q embarked on the

nitty gritty of setting up the second restaurant, Shawarma Bar. It was imperative that some crucial research was undertaken. It’s not an easy life this restaurant business, it’s a tough job, and google certainly can’t do it, sooo,.. 5 tickets to Israel please!! Hummus, from Abu Hassan in Jaffa – to coin a phrase ‘the…

Kadiköy

Kadıköy is my favourite neighbourhood in Istanbul for few reasons, first of all you need to cross the Bosphoros to get there, meaning that you’re basically leaving the European continent to enter Asia, and it takes 25 minutes on a ferry. That’s a physical and mental trip in itself. Secondly because they’ve granted and supported…