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76–78 Paul Street, London, EC2A 4NE
‘The Princess’ is the award winning Gastropub in Shoreditch clearly demonstrates that in the best Gastropubs you get the best of all worlds, a great pub and a great dining area all in the same place
Refurbished in 2010 The 270 year old pub was refurbished in 2010 and has a downstairs bar which is available to both drinkers and diners alike and a walk up the spiral staircase leads you to the dining room.
Food is sourced locally if possible, and meat is sourced from quality producers around the UK.
Starters may include Chilled tomato & basil soup, Smoked haddock & salmon fishcake, poached egg, bearnaise and Cod cheek scampi with wild garlic aioli .
Mains may include Chargrilled mackerel fillets, wild garlic, new potatoes & green sauce, or Trio of Kentish lamb; cutlet, rump & Shepherds pie, roasted carrots and Chart Farm venison haunch, Portobello mushroom & asparagus tart, split cherry tomato jus.
Desserts include Apple & rhubarb crumble, custard, or Chocolate fondant, vanilla ice cream and Sticky toffee pudding, toffee sauce, vanilla ice cream.
The Princess of Shoreditch has an extensive wine list and is well known for its Craft ales.
Monday to Saturday: Midday–11pm
Kitchen Opening Hours:
Monday–Friday: Midday–3pm / 6.30pm–10.00pm
Saturday: Midday–4pm / 6.30pm–10.00pm
Tuesday–Friday: until 5.30pm
For more information , visit the Princess of Shoreditch Website here
11a Northington Street, London, WC1N 2JF
Owned by Scott Hunter and Maria Larsen (the couple behind the award winning Princess of Shoreditch) and situated near Grays Inn Road, The Lady Ottoline opened her doors in October 2011 after an extensive refurbishment.
Another typical London pub with considerable effort made to create an inviting ambience, this attention to detail is shown with the drinks too, with local Craft Ales available and an extensive wine list.
The upstairs dining rooms serve simple traditional fare but with a modern twist, using high quality ingredients.
Starters range from Soup of the day to Chart Farm venison carpaccio & turnip remoulade.
Mains may include Pie of the day, 8oz Hereford beef burger, burger sauce & triple dipped chips and Gilt-head bream, winter vegetable stew & Morecambe Bay shrimp
Desserts include Dark chocolate tart & vanilla ice cream,Vanilla pannacotta & cassis spiced fruits.
The Lady Ottoline is typical of the new breed of Gastropub which appeal as much for their food as their drink selection. It is particularly renown for its Sunday roasts which often include Slow roasted Kilravock pork,Slow roast sirloin of Hereford beef and 12 hour braised organic shoulder of Romshed lamb.
Sunday 12pm – 10.30pm
Bank Holidays Closed
For further information , visit the Lady Ottoline Website here
298 King’s Road ,London,SW3 5UG
Situated on the King’s Road in Chelsea, The Cadogan Arms is a Gastropub with aspirations to be a Country pub. The hunting trophies may seem a little odd but the Country Pub ambience carries on through the bar into the dining areas.
The Country feel carries on into its food with starters which include Nettle soup, crème fraîche, pickled walnuts, there is Chargrilled English asparagus, crisp hen’s egg, Pecorino, Chardonnay dressing and Grilled Cornish mackerel, black pudding croquettes, chimichurri
The main courses include Roast haunch of Suffolk venison, Grelot onions, pancetta, parsley root ravioli, bone marrow jus, there is Roast Iberico pork shoulder, almond purée, pickled plums, pork jus and Truffled spaetzle, purple broccoli, pea purée, hazelnuts, barrel aged feta.
Desserts include Gooseberry fool, grape nuts, gooseberry sorbet, Vanilla cheesecake, hibiscus jelly, poached rhubarb, sorrel and Sticky date pudding, ginger bread ice cream, toffee sauce.
The Cadogan Arms is a piece of the “Country” in the City and offers a wide range of beer and wines.
Monday–Saturday: 11am -11pm
Sunday: 11am -10.30pm
Monday–Friday: 12noon – 3.30pm / 6pm – 10.30pm
Saturday: 12noon – 10.30pm
Sunday: 12noon – 9pm
For more information, visit the Cadogan Arms website here