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The carefree, nautical side of D&D London’s Old Bengal Warehouse revamp, Fish Market has quickly earned the trust of City folk keen for a quick bite and a glass of wine. The decor is perfectly
pitched with its aquamarine ceiling, bright tones, white brickwork and marble bar, and there’s fine-weather alfresco seating, too. Food-wise, a selection of crustacea (sold by the half-pint) is a
good place to start, followed perhaps by smoked-haddock Scotch eggs or Ortiz anchovies with shallots. More substantial fare might include baked fillet of bream with artichoke, pancetta and cockle
butter or “the best” fish and chips, while the 80-strong wine list majors on fresh, zingy whites, with the odd show-stopping white Burgundy thrown in. “Very attentive” staff, “spot-on” cocktails,
and a two-course set lunch for £16.50 make Fish Market quite a catch.
Meeting up with one of my groups of friends is always fraught with panic because one of them is.......a vegetarian! Growing up in South Africa, a carnivores paradise, it is fair to say that I love meat, so it is with some trepidation that it is left to me to pick a venue. Where to go that would accommodate the veggie (who eats fish)? Earlier this year, I dined at New Street Grill and part of the same D&D development at the Old Bengal Warehouse near Liverpool Street is the restaurant we decided on, Fish Market. Walking into the restaurant it is starkly lit and decorated in a stereotypically nautical theme. We're welcomed warmly and once seated we were left with the extensive menu to peruse. Three of the four of us decided on the set menu - a bargainous £19.50 for 3 courses!...
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Fish Market sits nicely on New Street in London, right by Liverpool St Station and right next to seriously impressive restaurant New Street Grill.I loved the decor in Fish Market, beautiful bleached wood floors, slate and wood worn tables and nautical details including blue and white striped napkins. The seafood bar was a nice touch, I could see myself sitting there, a glass of champagne in hand knocking back some oysters. Yeh maybe not.The restaurant had optimistically crammed in the tables, perhaps it did get busy but when I was there it was very quiet indeed, meaning unfortunately the service was on the verge of being over attentive...
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