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Devonshire Terrace

  • Shoreditch
  • Lunch
  • £££

An enormous, light and airy dining room with a solid cocktail and wine list.


Devonshire Square, London, EC2M 4WY
+44 (0) 20 7256 3233
Opening Times
Mon 08.00-18.30
Tue-Fri 08.00-23.00


  • Design My Night

    Design My Night Says…

    With serious attention paid towards the modern European menu and quality drinks selection; Devonshire Terrace offers slick service in a relaxed setting that belies the smart and chic décor and furniture. It wouldn't be a Corney & Barrow bar without a comprehensive wine list stretching the boarders between old and new world wines, with a truly bespoke selection of bottles alongside a classic collection of cocktails such as the rye whiskey 'Brooklyn' at £9.95. The two outdoor terraces have a sophisticated yet welcoming atmosphere where you can enjoy a drink and chat, or where you can entertain and impress a client thanks to the private rooms with private balconys. A magnificent venue, Liverpool Street has been truly blessed.

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  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    There's a Mediterranean feel to most of the food menu, with dishes such as tiger prawn, calamari and mussel linguine, tuna tartare with avocado, capers and shallots, and pan-fried cod fillet with caponata and a black olive and caper salad. Hoisin glazed pork belly and skewers of lemon and coriander chicken offer Asian alternatives. House creations sit alongside classics and classics-with-a-twist on the cocktail menu, and a long wine list focuses on the old world. Beers include Paxton Pale Ale, Cusquena lager, Meantime Pilsner and Kirin Ichiban. Keep an eye out for cocktail masterclasses, too.

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  • Square Meal

    Square Meal Says…

    The “good quality” choices include prime British ingredients such as seared wood pigeon (well-matched with honey-poached plums and rémoulade) and Devon Rose beef, alongside flavours from further afield: a Thai-style steamed cod in tangy lemongrass and coconut broth, perhaps. Come the evening, tapas sharing platters take over, with a French-leaning wine list providing the accompaniment. The design would never win a personality contest, but the trump card is alfresco dining: a canopied terrace on one side is mirrored by another within Devonshire Square, flooded with natural light but covered by a vast glass roof.

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