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THE BUXTON

BEST NEW BISTRO

THE BUXTON

SHORTLISTED BY BISTRONAUT #6

WHO
The creators of The Culpeper are back with a new hotel-restaurant on London’s Brick Lane. The kitchen is overseen by Culpeper sous-chef Jamie Evans and stars modern British menu with a heavy emphasis on well-sourced, local and seasonal ingredients.

FOOD
Crunchy breakfast radishes with plenty of creamy smoked cod roe (we even took some home) – £4
A substantial side salad of tomatoes on a bed of contrasting green tarragon – £7
Soft handmade gnocchi served underneath wild mushrooms foraged in Britain – £6.5
A cold pea soup, a crunchy classic starring fresh peas and new beans – £7

DRINKS
Kick the evening off with one of the extraordinary cocktails!
A special carnation of the four-parts-gin and Champagne classic, the Ivy Gimlet Royal – £10.5

The local philosophy extends to the wine too: try the Limney Horsmonden 2018, which is crisp and spring-like, fresh from Davenport in Sussex – £7 per glass

DÉCOR
Unarguably very new and not overly trendy; a large bar made from shiny Rosso Levanto marble and dark polished wood swirls through the middle to guide your gaze into an open steel kitchen.

NOISE
Brick Lane chatter! All kinds of trades meet here for lunch, bites or after-work beers in a joyful civilised manner which can’t be said of all boozers in the area.

SEATING
By the bar, undoubtedly (and there’s also no other options). It’s good to see the chefs doing their thing, and lovely chatting with the joyful staff. 

VIBE
Busy boozer but with polished interior, plants and without the beer smell.

SERVICE
Typically included at London’s standard 12.5% rate

WOULD RECOMMEND
A great spot when you’re anywhere between Shoreditch and Shadwell but don’t want to stumble into something unpleasant.

WHO
The creators of The Culpeper are back with a new hotel-restaurant on London’s Brick Lane. The kitchen is overseen by Culpeper sous-chef Jamie Evans and stars modern British menu with a heavy emphasis on well-sourced, local and seasonal ingredients.

FOOD
Crunchy breakfast radishes with plenty of creamy smoked cod roe (we even took some home) – £4
A substantial side salad of tomatoes on a bed of contrasting green tarragon – £7
Soft handmade gnocchi served underneath wild mushrooms foraged in Britain – £6.5
A cold pea soup, a crunchy classic starring fresh peas and new beans – £7

DRINKS
Kick the evening off with one of the extraordinary cocktails!
A special carnation of the four-parts-gin and Champagne classic, the Ivy Gimlet Royal – £10.5

The local philosophy extends to the wine too: try the Limney Horsmonden 2018, which is crisp and spring-like, fresh from Davenport in Sussex – £7 per glass

DÉCOR
Unarguably very new and not overly trendy; a large bar made from shiny Rosso Levanto marble and dark polished wood swirls through the middle to guide your gaze into an open steel kitchen.

NOISE
Brick Lane chatter! All kinds of trades meet here for lunch, bites or after-work beers in a joyful civilised manner which can’t be said of all boozers in the area.

SEATING
By the bar, undoubtedly (and there’s also no other options). It’s good to see the chefs doing their thing, and lovely chatting with the joyful staff. 

VIBE
Busy boozer but with polished interior, plants and without the beer smell.

SERVICE
Typically included at London’s standard 12.5% rate

WOULD RECOMMEND
A great spot when you’re anywhere between Shoreditch and Shadwell but don’t want to stumble into something unpleasant.

CHEF

Jamie Evans 

OPENING HOURS

Open every day for lunch and dinner, (only at night on Mondays).

RESERVATION

Bookings can be easily made via their website or Resdiary.

WEBSITE

thebuxton.co.uk

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