SquareMeal Review of
The gentrification of east London marches on apace: there are those that remember this site as a public toilet, but now it incorporates a ground floor dining room for grazing and drinking, a rooftop terrace and a street-level alfresco area. Forget the insalubrious past and stick to the present, where the temporary restaurant dips luxuriantly into northern Italian cuisine, with sharing plates of razor clams with grapefruit sauce vierge, gnocchi with Parma ham butter and crab, beef rump with bone marrow butter. Strawberries with Marsala cream and ricotta doughnuts round this off nicely. Go on a Sunday for meat-led barbecue feasting, while sipping a glass of wine or a fruity summer cocktail.