Geronimo Inns’ first excursion into the Square Mile occupies what was the Broadgate Exchange on Bishopsgate, and has been designed in the group’s now-familiar brand of ‘country kitchen meets industrial chic’. The menu touts ‘British pub grub for City gents’, which means anything from fish-finger sandwiches or plates of smoked salmon with pickled beetroot and horseradish crème fraîche to slow-roast pulled pork with chips and apple sauce, cheeseburgers, warm duck breast salad and flatiron steaks – not forgetting crumpets for tea and ‘full City’ fry-ups for breakfast. Drinkers can pick from a quartet of real ales or a list of 40 wines selected by Geronimo’s own MW. Several areas are partitioned off for private bashes, and there’s a secluded alfresco terrace protected from the City hubbub by bamboo and rosemary hedges.
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