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“You’re treated so nicely and not rushed at all”, notes a fan of the New Street Grill – the “calm and cosy” flagship of D&D London's prestigious Old Bengal Warehouse development. Rich warm tones, soft lighting and comfy leather booths set the tone, with views over the street adding to the restaurant’s appeal. The kitchen prides itself on “great-value” Josper-grilled steaks, with knowledgeable waiters talking diners through the different cuts on offer: take your pick from, say, a 42-day dry-aged Hereford rib-eye or 40-day aged USDA Black Angus sirloin. While veggies might struggle, fish lovers have plenty of choice – dressed crab, grilled lobster and roast cod with Josper-smoked Jerusalem artichoke are all available. Seasonal desserts are also a hit – we recommend the poached pear and pecan sundae with butterscotch and cinnamon ice cream. Weekend brunch and a children’s menu get the thumbs-up, while the 500-strong wine list is sure to keep everyone happy.
Enjoy 2 coursers for £25 or 3 courses for £29, from a set menu. Includes VAT, excludes service. Max 8 people
Available: 20 February 2017
Max: 8 people
Expires: 31 May 2017
Maximum of 8 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Add unlimited prosecco for an additional £15 per person. Choose from a set menu. Includes VAT and excludes an optional service charge of 12.5%. Offer available Saturday and Sunday 11am-3pm only.
Available: 04 January 2016
Expires: 31 March 2017
The last restaurant in the D&D group that I reviewed was The Angler in the South Place Hotel complex; it was excellent and went on to gain a Michelin star. So when Fiona and I were invited to review the New St Grill in the Old Bengal Warehouse just off Bishopsgate in an alley throbbing with the energy of young city suits letting off steam, my interest was piqued.
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I do wonder how restaurants come up with their names. Some seem to make oblique reference to their chef proprietor. Others make innuendo to the type of food that they serve. Yet others make allusion to their location. Some, a combination of these all. Guess which way New Street Grill goes. Sourdough and seeded bread. Looked great, tasted a bit more normal. I found the bread to be a bit drier than I prefer but then that’s me. As one of the attributes often bestowed on me is Mr Picky. I seem to pick up a lot of Mr titles.
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Old Bengal Bar and New Street Grill are located next to each other in London’s trendy East End. We began out evening at Old Bengal Bar, and were suitably impressed...Old Bengal Bar is an impressive establishment, set inside the eighteenth century Old Bengal Warehouse, which was originally built for the East India Company. Inside it’s rustic, yet sophisticated, with a great atmosphere, thanks partially to a talented DJ who was playing when we arrived.
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