Chef Jonathan Lawson, who worked with Theo Randall for five years is opening his own place, which he describes as 'regional Italian with Moorish and Spanish influences'. An open kitchen with ringside seats will offer views to rival those from the first-floor restaurant that overlooks the heart of hipster Shoredicth.
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“Precious moments” are created by Jonathan Lawson’s superb small plates (“pasta is especially wonderful”) at this artfully worn-looking and laid back newcomer in Shoreditch (where else?), comprising a compact ground floor bar area, and “nice but slightly cramped” upstairs room.
26 Rivington Street, London, EC2A 3DU
Tues – Wed 12–3, 5.30–10.30 Thu – Sat 12–3, 5.30–11