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Please note, the below review was published before this outlet was closed in 2018. It has since re-opened on the same site. Time Out Food editors, MARCH 2020.
The menu here is comprised of a series of ‘bowls’, each of which is colourful enough to resemble a rainbow. They can be customised with tofu – or for something a little bit ‘meatier’, fake chicken – and rammed full of colourful vegetables (even the rice is half cauliflower). Each generously sized portion is served in a bowl made from recycled cardboard, and you eat with a wooden fork. Cook Daily must be one of the most unpretentious restaurants in the capital.
Owner and head chef King Cook has Laotian heritage, which is reflected in his cooking. There are lots of Southeast Asian flavours here, with his mum’s green curry and the yoga fire bowl (chilies married to coconuts) standout favourites. For under a tenner you get a healthy, genuinely satisfying, rainbow in a bowl. This isn’t rabbit food, it’s unicorn fare.
2-10 Bethnal Green Rd
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