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Sager+Wilde Paradise Row

  • Bethnal Green
  • Supper
  • ££££

Housed in the railway arches, this fantastic restaurant has both an extensive wine and innovative cocktail list. They also have an outside terrace perfect for drinking wine on a summer evening.

Information

Address
250 Paradise Row, London, E2 9LE
Contact
+44 (0) 20 7613 0478
Opening Times
Mon 17.00-00.00
Tue-Fri 12.00-15.00 & 17.00-00.00
Sat 11.00-00.00
Sun 11.00-23.00
Insider Information
Previously called Mission E2

Reviews

  • Evening Standard

    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.

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  • Time Out

    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.

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  • The Nudge

    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.

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