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Sir Terence Conran and Peter Prescott are at in again, with this third (and largest) Albion. Already rooted in Bankside and Shoreditch, Albion brings top-notch British grub to the cobbles of Clerkenwell. With an oyster bar, pie room (genius) cocktail bar and grill, Albion is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and night caps. For breakfast, try the devilled kidneys. But if it’s too early to devour kidneys, the brunch menu serves safe staples of sandwiches and sausage and mash. For dinner, steaks, chops and fresh fish take centre stage, with cook-at-home suppers available from the grocery shop if you fancy your luck at home. Not just a restaurant, this Albion offers an immersive foodie experience with a bakery, a cheese and charcuterie corner, as well as a craft beer and wine shop.
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