SquareMeal Review of
Boundary Rooftop Bar & Grill
The change in mood as you step out of the lift that takes you to Boundary Rooftop is tangible: from the concrete jungle below to an inviting area complete with big, comfy settees, a garden abundant
with vines and wild herbs, and great views across east London. The gloriously languid feel rubs off on the assembled company, many of whom are here for the booze – including cocktails, Breton
cider and Meantime beer. There’s also a generous assortment of food with a robata grill delivering lobsters, spatchcock poussin or lamb cutlets with parsley and black olives. Opening times used
to be governed by the seasons, but a nifty redesign has now put paid to that, with a heated glass-roofed, glass-walled pergola keeping diners and drinkers cosy in winter – a feature that is opened
to the elements come summer.