Harden's survey result
A 1920s former car garage provides an “unusual” setting for this Stoke Newington fringe haunt, whose “look and feel (with most people at communal tables, or on counters with stools) works well”, despite it being “crammed” and with “a high noise-level”. There’s quite a “traditional”, ‘bistronomy-style’ menu, from which everything’s “well-cooked”, and there’s an “interesting” list of wines (low intervention, naturellement).
Sharing plates and unusual wines draw a steady crowd to this “lovely” if “busy” Highbury local, where seating is at communal tables in a 1920s former car garage.
“Busy” (sometimes “overcrowded”) Highbury local that offers “a daily changing menu with good combinations of well-executed food” and an “esoteric, if expensive wine list”. Sharing plates are selected from a blackboard: “we ordered everything on the menu… and enjoyed it all!”
“A great recent find”, this Highbury local with communal seating serves “fantastic” sharing plates from an “ever-changing” hand-written menu, plus ‘low intervention’ wines – “knowledgeable staff help you pair them with the food”. “Sit at the bar for the best view of the kitchen – I wanted to order everything!”
|Wine per bottle||£27.00|
116 Petherton Rd, London, N5 2RT
Tuesday to Thursday 4pm-10.30pm; Friday-Saturday 11am-10.30pm;Sunday 11am-5pm.
Last orders: 10.30 pm, Sun 5 pm