Where is it: 2-4 Old Street, London EC17 9AA
Opened: Opening November 2016
The concept: Grind is back in town at their home location of Old Street. This will be the biggest and most ambitious project to date. Grind is immersed in another listed building on Old Street, and we’re looking forward to showing to seeing inside.
The interiors: New two-floor Grind will be the biggest all-day restaurant and a late-night club-bar.
What kind of food: The Famous avocado spiced, and our salmon bright and beetroot-cured. Upstairs you can enjoy brekkie and brunch treats like kimchee and mushroom croquettes and french-toast banana bread, plus dishes from the charcoal oven throughout the day, all from the comfort of pink velvet booths.At the weekend, richy riching it up with truffle hashes topped with a poached duck egg, and its French-toasted banana breads. For dinner at Clerkenwell Grind, serving charcoal oven into high gear, with miso-glazed lamb spare ribs, and red snapper, while the small plates boast Isle of Mull scallops served with samphire, aubergine and goats curt.
Once the night arrives, those looking for more can descend to the club-bar below, serving the Grind’s infamous Espresso Martinis and other cockta
What I thought:” I let you know for now read my review on Holborn Grind ”
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