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For a great buzz at the Piccadilly end of town, the Grill on New York Street is worth keeping in mind. Those who knew it in its previous life as Spanish restaurant Grado will recognise the bones of
the dining room & the majority of the capable front-of-house team, although Manhattan scenes now predominate. The emphasis is on simple, laid-back luxury, with starters like garlic prawns,
baked Camembert & oysters leading into lobster or steak with chips. Wagyu comes as a fillet steak (£55) or burger (£18.25), & there’s a strong enough selection of red wines to match with
both. Desserts include rum baba & bread-&-butter pudding, but if you’ve got room left, you’re doing it wrong.
It has been a while since my last visit the Grill on New York Street. One day my huge craving for oysters surfaced and it was approaching lunchtime so I decided to go with a friend as Mr Nom was in work. Unfortunately oysters were off the menu throughout all of the Grill branches as they were sourcing a new supplier. Feeling disappointed I noticed the menu has changed since my last visit in January. For starters we both selected the foie gras dish which came with spiced pineapple chutney...
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