Housed in the railway arches, this fantastic restaurant has both an extensive wine and innovative cocktail list.
- 250 Paradise Row, London, E2 9LE
- +44 (0) 20 7613 0478
- Opening Times
- Mon 17.00-00.00
Tue-Fri 12.00-15.00 & 17.00-00.00
- Insider Information
- They also have an outside terrace perfect for drinking wine on a summer evening.
Evening Standard Says…
The plethora of dining options begins on the outside terrace, where rows of picnic benches ensure plenty of space for both diners and drinkers. A wooden kiosk is staffed at busy times to ensure service is swift. Inside, the restaurant is simple but stylish, with high-back chairs and bare-wood tables filling an otherwise rather plain, arch-roofed space. The newly-launched Old Fashioned bar upstairs is much more interesting. It's decked out like a study, with leather sofas, bookcases and a desk. The mixing scents of burning candles and leather is enough to transport you to a much more old fashioned time before you've even had a drink.Read more…
Time Out Says…
Expect a long wine list that looks like it's been carefully thought through. Old world options dominate, though there is a focus on bottles from the States. Beer by the bottle comes from Four Pure, Madness, Rio Brewing Co. and Kiuchi Hitachino. Cocktails sound intriguing – think fino sherry with dill pollen liqueur, lemon and soda, rye whisky with burnt maple syrup, mezcal and walnut bitters, or an old fashioned with olive oil bourbon.Read more…
The Nudge Says…
They also have a cocktail lounge upstairs headed by a former Dandelyan/69 Colebrooke Row mixologist, Marcis Dzelzainis who’s put together an Old Fashioned-heavy drinks list containing his versions with olive oil (get that one, please), toasted coconut, and burnt maple. Oh, and – thanks to co-owner Michael Sager – there’s a vast list of some of the finest wines known to man, too. Naturally.Read more…