Backed by Richard Caring of Caprice Holdings (Scott’s, J Sheekey and so on), Grillshack is a modern take on the traditional American diner seen through a London lens. With its beatnik music and roll-top benches, the dimly lit dining room attracts Soho’s beautiful, but maintains its cool as customers lap up breakfasts, burgers, ice-cream sandwiches and free coffee refills. The main menu offers steaks, roast chicken and salads, although the standout is a non-greasy hamburger with tangy relish, ‘proper’ cheese and a brioche bun. Grillshack also has a few novel tricks up its sleeve: customers can order and pay at the counter, take advantage of the easy-to-use touchscreen or log into a tech-savvy app. Good-value beers and wines by the carafe keep bills down. For atmosphere, choose the buzzing ground floor over the more subdued overflow space downstairs.
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