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Great British Menu judge to open all-day brasserie

The new Great British Menu judge and chef, Andi Oliver is set to open her first eatery in north London's Stoke Newington at the end of March.

Oliver's all-day restaurant will serve up brunch-style dishes like baked Burford Brown eggs, french toast with maple syrup, and toasties.

Diners will be able to customise some of the dishes, with additions like roast tomatoes, mushrooms, sausages, crispy lardons, smoked haddock or halloumi available as sides.

Energy Bowls offer healthy braised pulses, roast veggies, salad and tahini, with an avocado mash topping.

As the day turns into evening, the venue will serve brasserie-type meals, which have yet to be revealed.

Oliver is teaming up with business partner Kelly Miles for this first bricks-and-mortar site, after successful residencies, including the Sugar Shack at Homerton’s Jackdaw & Star, and The Birdcage events at Colombia Road.