This stylish local hub on the apex of Crystal Palace’s ‘triangle’ is just the ticket for young couples and families, who cram in for spanking-fresh shellfish, Josper-grilled seafood, steaks, burgers and modish cocktails. The dining room takes its cue from venues such as The Riding House Café, with rough bare-brick walls and fixtures fashioned from reclaimed materials, plus a central communal table in the lively bar and a story-time soundtrack playing in the toilets. Start with a plate of oysters from the fish counter or salmon carpaccio dressed with tongue-tingling horseradish and lemon oil; mains come with crisp fries and zingy green salad – try the juicy grilled monkfish or a tender 28-day beef fillet. Pleasingly rib-sticking desserts hit the spot, and the wine list entices without breaking the budget.
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