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Temple and Sons

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  • All day
  • £££

Inspired by a traditional British grocery store - this Jason Atherton venue celebrates classic dining traditions with basement cocktail bar and deli.

Information

Address
22 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1HQ
Contact
+44 (0) 20 7877 7710
Opening Times
Mon-Sat 12.00-23.00
Sun CLOSED
Insider Information
There's a two-for-one happy hour every day they're open from 4pm-7pm.

Reviews

  • Evening Standard

    Evening Standard Says…

    A narrow, oddly-shaped building which used to be a Wagamama, and which sits right next to a Jason Atherton restaurant, wasn’t the most likely site for another Jason Atherton restaurant. But hats off to him, because he’s pulled it off. City folk are lucky to have this newcomer on their doorstep, and although it’s not aiming for the high-flying Michelin credentials of its high-up neighbour, it’s no lowly sibling — it’s actually a lot more fun.

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  • The Nudge

    The Nudge Says…

    Downstairs is inspired by a Victorian grocers, with timber panelling, flashes of brass and vintage anglepoise lamps. There’s not only a deli counter (featuring cured meats from Cannon & Cannon), but a selection of small plates to enjoy; like Old Spot spiced pork belly sandwich on brioche, with spicy slaw and butter lettuce. At night, the deli transforms into an intimate cocktail bar, with drinks designed to follow the pantry theme. You’ll find carbonated cocktails canned on site, and drinks in cartons and cans like the Yellow Paint, a heady mix of rum and mustard. They’re even selling their own lager, The Subtle Fox.

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  • London on the Inside

    London on the Inside Says…

    Serial restaurant-opener Jason Atherton is back again with another new spot, Temple & Sons, which has opened right next to Tower 42, home to Atherton’s Michelin-starred City Social. Temple & Sons is nice and casual, the kind of place you can pop into for a quick lunch or stay all night for a big dinner. We went for the latter of course and we are happy to say that Mr Atherton has another winner on his hands.

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