Temper City 22

2 Angel Court, 30 Throgmorton Street , London, EC2R 7HJ

020 3004 6984

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  • Restaurant interior at Temper City
  • Temper London Soho restaurant Neil Rankin tacos meat
  • Counter dining at Temper City
  • Tacos at Temper Soho
  • Temper City interior
  • A fish dish at Temper
  • The bar at Temper City
  • Burger at Temper restaurant in Soho

SquareMeal Review of Temper City

Temper Soho opened to rave reviews in 2016, so we’re not surprised that BBQ-loving chef Neil Rankin has produced a sibling site in City development Angel Court. Next door to Coya, this much-larger Temper sticks to the meaty formula, but swaps out Soho’s Mexican streak for a range of global curries. The cavernous space can feel lacking in atmosphere, but young staff do their best to keep things upbeat, as does a menu peppered with playful elements, from Irn Bru on the drinks list to the crushed Monster Munch in Temper’s take on Bombay mix, and the foam bananas which top the must-order banana-rama-drama dessert (which also comes with choc-chip ice cream and lashings of caramel sauce). Considering most restaurants charge extra for sides, it’s worth noting that the curries at Temper come with buttery paratha, spicy fried potatoes, and yoghurt and tamarind sauce all included. Our pick of smoked duck masala was a mild and creamy delight, but spice is here in the likes of a lamb, scotch bonnet and black pepper stew. We’d also recommend crisp pakora stuffed with squid and samphire, as well as a perfectly-balanced salt and pepper crab. The wide-ranging selection of gins will entice booze hounds, but there are also soft options including a tart apple and grapefruit spritz. A pop soundtrack adds to Temper’s appeal, but we’ll have to wait and see whether Rankin can fill such a large venue every night of the week.    

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Temper City is recommended for

Buzzy | Cool | Fun | Dates | Special Occasions Over 40S

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Bank Tube Station 217m

Fenchurch Street Station 253m


Address: 2 Angel Court, 30 Throgmorton Street , London EC2R 7HJ

Area: Moorgate Liverpool Street

Opening times

Mon-Fri 12N-1am Sat 1pm-10pm

Nearby Landmarks

Drapers' Hall 65m

Bank of England Museum 99m


Telephone: 020 3004 6984


Cuisine: Barbecue Indian

Private Dining: 60

Food & Drink:




  • The Mezzanine at Temper City
  • Mezzanine wine room at Temper City
  • The bar at Temper City
  • temper city food spread

The Mezzanine at Temper City is a semi-private dining space which overlooks the main restaurant. The Mezzanine can be hired for up to 60 guests seated or standing and also boasts its own private bar and a dedicated service team. Feasting menus are available for groups, and the Mezzanine allows guests to enjoy a private space, without losing the atmosphere and theatre of a restaurant experience.

Capacity: 60