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New restaurant: John Doe
John Doe is the new restaurant at 46 Golborne Road, most recently the site of La Sophia and back in the 1990s an Antony Worrall Thompson venue. The latest venture majors on wild meats cooked over charcoal and craft beers

Cockneys Pie & Mash
Let's lunch in Golborne
The sheer variety and quality of food available in Golborne's cafés and restaurants never ceases to amaze. It may be true that there's no such thing as a free lunch, but you'll find astonishing value on and around Golborne Road

Moroccan Soup Stand
Moroccan Soup Stand wins BBC Food award
One of Golborne's favourite street food stalls, the Moroccan Soup Stand just opposite Le Marrakech grocer and butcher at 64 Golborne Road, has won the 2012 BBC Radio Four Food Programme Best Street Food award

Golborne Deli
Golborne Deli
Golborne Deli has been serving breakfast and lunch to hungry locals and visitors since 2002, but it’s recently had a revamp. New owners George and Alex took over the business about a year ago, and they’ve given the café a new, contemporary style

Pizza East
Pizza East comes to Golborne
Once the Carnarvon Castle, lately the Fat Badger, the pub on the junction of Golborne, Bevington and Portobello Roads re-opened as Pizza East Portobello in May 2011

 George’s Portobello Fish Bar
Top chef loves George’s fish and chips
French gourmet chef Alain Ducasse, who runs Michelin-starred restaurants around the world, has rated Golborne’s own George’s Portobello Fish Bar as the second best fish and chip shop in London

Baalbak Restaurant
Restaurant review: Baalbak
This restaurant is named for a Roman temple in Lebanon, one of the wonders of the ancient world, and the food there is definitely one of the wonders of modern Golborne

Galicia Spanish Restaurant and Tapas Bar
Restaurant Review: Galicia
For delicious and authentic Spanish food, you need look no further than an old Golborne favourite, the Galicia. Walk into the restaurant’s bar at the front, and you could imagine you’d stepped straight into a bar in Spain

Moroccan Fish stall, Golborne Road
Lunch al fresco in Golborne: five of the best
With the Met Office announcing that we’re 'odds on for a barbecue summer', Golborne Life went out in search of places to eat lunch al fresco. Below are five places where you can enjoy your midday meal outside

Maramia Caf³
Maramia Café
Maramia Café at 48 Golborne Road serves, freshly prepared Palestinian and Mediterranean specialities at very reasonable prices including dishes such as tagines and falafel, and delicious mint tea

Oporto Cafe
A little bit of Portugal on Golborne Road
Portuguese cafe culture has a firm - and very welcome - place in the life of Golborne. In Portugal itself, cafes are the hub of social life, rather like the traditional British pub

Galicia Restaurant
Eat Spanish in Golborne
If you love to eat Spanish food, you don't need to take a step out of Golborne. Everything you need is right in the neighbourhood