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Grain Store

  • King's Cross
  • All day
  • ££££

A successful gourmet veg-focused restaurant, Grain Store also serves imaginative cocktails from Tony Conigliaro and boasts an impressive wine list.

Information

Address
1-3 Stable Street, London, N1C 4AB
Contact
+44 (0) 20 7324 4466
Opening Times
Mon-Fri 10.00-23.30
Thu-Sat 10.00-00.00
Sun 10.00-15.00

Reviews

  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    The patron of this excellent new restaurant is Bruno Loubet, a chef who made his mark on London’s dining scene with the sensational Bistrot Bruno in Soho (1993-’95). Loubet is Bordeaux-born, and his cooking is grounded in the classical traditions of south-west France, but not bound by them. The menu is a pick ’n’ mix of ingredients and cuisines, yet there is a consistency of style and imaginative, successful flavour pairings that is recognisably Loubet.

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  • The Guardian

    The Guardian Says…

    This is sunny food, California dreamin' dishes. Loubet relocated to Brisbane for several years after "burning out" in London, and Oz's relaxed attitude to culinary rules and celebration of the ingredient must also be an influence. I'm tickled by the idea that it's a large Frenchman who's delivering this fresh, almost feminine food. (There's a heavy emphasis on imaginative cocktails, too – truffle martini, tuberose Collins – from cocktail boffin Tony Conigliaro.) It all feels very forward-thinking, rather than rooted in the past. For Loubet, it's a big, brave move. And it's a big, brave restaurant.

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  • Evening Standard

    Evening Standard Says…

    Such self-consciously innovative and stressfully entertaining food has previously been the province of trendy pop-ups and places like The Clove Club, competitively relished by bloggers. Now Grain Store is serving it on a huge scale, moving it into the mainstream. If you want to know what’s happening in London’s restaurant scene now, Grain Store is definitely the place to go. It’s a must-visit. But not all surprises are welcome.

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