Fusion Restaurants in Shoreditch
1. Brat Fusion restaurant in Shoreditch First Floor, 4 Redchurch Street - E1
“Totally living up to the hype!” – Tomos Parry’s “cool ex-pub, first-floor dining room” (above Smoking Goat) was Harden’s top newcomer two years ago, and “pulls off what so many Shoreditch restaurants aspire to” with “its phenomenal food from the open kitchen; its relaxed-but-highly-competent style; and its lack of expense”. “And the wood-panelled dining room is a welcome change from the usual warehouse-style in the area”. The Basque-influenced cuisine, much of it cooked over an open wood fire, majors in fish – “never overcooked, with a hint of smokiness after a roasting over hot embers” – in particular the “to-die-for”, signature turbot (for which the restaurant is named) which is “positively Mediterranean in its fresh deliciousness”. “The room is small and tables are close together” but no-one seems to care: “the buzz of the place simply tells you that here are a lot of folks really enjoying their dinner”. It helps that “the staff are almost as good as the food: enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and clear in their explanations of the menu”. All this, plus a “brilliant, wide-ranging and value-for-money wine list”. Until at least January 2021 Tomos has already taken up a Brat residency at Climpson's Arch in Hackney (374 Helmsley Place, E8 3SB) – a particular brunch mecca.
2. Jago, Second Home Fusion restaurant in Shoreditch 68-80 Hanbury St - E1
2017 Review: This “curious, orange-coloured, add-on, covered balcony” adjoining a Shoreditch tech office space serves “scrumptious, healthy breakfasts”, flat whites, juices and Middle East-inspired “fun tapas”. Named after the area’s erstwhile Victorian slums, it “should be hipster heaven, yet feels like an office canteen… which is exactly what it is, I guess”.
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